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Backward Speech (100x120 cm) acrylics on canvas, 2022

In "Backward Speech," part of my ongoing Imaginary Landscape series, I employ biomorphic hieroglyphics—schematic and simplified forms—to construct a visual language that transcends time and space. These symbols, drawn from an extensive visual library cultivated through years of study, are enriched by imagery borrowed from myths, traditional fairy tales, and alchemical manuscripts.

Within this dreamscape, the boundaries between reality and dreams blur, inviting viewers to embark on a journey into the fantastical world of the subconscious. Here, the mind's eye opens to reveal a realm where the ordinary becomes extraordinary, and the mundane transforms into the magical.

At the heart of this dreamscape are the all-seeing eyes, symbols of insight and awareness, which sometimes merge with hands or wings, adding layers of symbolism and depth to the scene. They float gracefully over a pool of biomorphic hieroglyphs, each symbol carrying its own narrative and significance, waiting to be deciphered by those bold enough to venture into the depths of their own psyche.

Backward Speech, imaginary landscape, original painting
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