ELISA VALGANGIACOMO

No ropes or strings or bars. I want to be free and be lost all the time. Explode in the highest layers of the atmosphere like a helium balloon - Julián Diez

THE RED THREAD.

It is a triptych in which three characters appear, each of them with an attitude towards the legend of the red thread. These three characters are related to each other, they share a kind of love triangle in which none of the three characters is completely comfortable.

The central character is faced with a situation that forces her to choose between one person or another. She is completely confused and does not listen to what her heart tells her, she only tries to avoid the greatest harm, she fears that any decision will end up breaking the weak balance that exists between all of them.

The character on the left feels that there is no real valuable connection between her and anyone else. She wants freedom and feels that love is another form of control, a responsibility, a thread that ends up tying you to the earth. She bases all her connections on selfishness and a false sense of self-love.

The character on the right doesn't trust anything, he doesn't want to get hurt in any of his relationships and that makes him an elusive being. Someone who seems to live disconnected from everything. Frozen. He is a person who believes that love is an invention of TV and that predestined connections are a fucking bullshit.

As a result we have three loosely related people living in a kind of STANDBY of cowardly comfort. A reflection of the liquid love so present in the interactions of my generation (Millennial).

 

(In all the works, I have used red to reinforce the way in which these characters conceive their bonds).

 

Additional information

Dimensions 21 × 29.7 cm
Color

Red

Style

Impressionism

Support

Paper

Technique

Oil, spray and marker

160,00

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THE RED THREAD.

It is a triptych in which three characters appear, each of them with an attitude towards the legend of the red thread. These three characters are related to each other, they share a kind of love triangle in which none of the three characters is completely comfortable.

The central character is faced with a situation that forces her to choose between one person or another. She is completely confused and does not listen to what her heart tells her, she only tries to avoid the greatest harm, she fears that any decision will end up breaking the weak balance that exists between all of them.

The character on the left feels that there is no real valuable connection between her and anyone else. She wants freedom and feels that love is another form of control, a responsibility, a thread that ends up tying you to the earth. She bases all her connections on selfishness and a false sense of self-love.

The character on the right doesn't trust anything, he doesn't want to get hurt in any of his relationships and that makes him an elusive being. Someone who seems to live disconnected from everything. Frozen. He is a person who believes that love is an invention of TV and that predestined connections are a fucking bullshit.

As a result we have three loosely related people living in a kind of STANDBY of cowardly comfort. A reflection of the liquid love so present in the interactions of my generation (Millennial).

 

(In all the works, I have used red to reinforce the way in which these characters conceive their bonds).

 

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