Oil and acrylic on linen 60×60 cm, (2017).
Contemporary still life
is a type of artwork that represents animals, flowers and other objects, which can be natural (fruits, food, plants, rocks or shells) or made by man. Still lifes, particularly before 1700, often contained a religious and allegorical symbolism in relation to the objects they represented.
In this work I focus on the symbolic relationship of these objects in the contemporary present and their own contradictions as religion / technology as well as the phallic relationship between fruits and vegetables.