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The Nap Print

Natasha Lelenco

Spain

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A domestic intimate scene between the virtual and the physical world. A portrayal of the impossibility to touch the ground. This piece, which I also humorously call "Bacchus' Siesta," was born as a portrait of my partner during the days of confinement due to the pandemic in 2020 and was the first piece I completed in the series I titled "New Jungles." These works address themes such as disorientation and virtuality, and represent scenes in which the characters seem lost and absorbed. The degradation of the environment, the commodification of the planet's resources, and the replacement of communities with consuming individuals generate, as is well known, disorganized societies in which individuals become subjects without will, for whom stepping on solid ground and knowing where they are seems like an impossible mission. "Bacchus' Siesta" represents a salon scene immersed in a simulated natural space, in which the floral details of the traditional Moldovan carpet fade like pixels, and in which the evocation of the forest reveals the distance between the scene and the imagined nature. The two characters depicted in the work have complementary attitudes: one surrendered to sleep and the other connected to virtuality through a mobile device. Currently, I am creating new pieces for this series in the same format, and I am accepting commissions in which the scenes are constructed starting from the portraits of the commissioners.

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Print:Giclee on Canvas

Size:14 W x 21 H x 1.25 D in

Size with Frame:15.75 W x 22.75 H x 1.25 D in

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Chisinau, 1982. Moldovan artist based in Spain. My approach is figurative and revolves around mainly human themes: metanarratives, death, value, subjectivity, family, among others. I like to approach them from a playful plastic game of repetitions, juxtapositions of colors, deformations in favor of psychological realism, and arbitrary use of elements and resources that I have in my studio. One of the constants in my work is the creation of panels, which, through the repetitive use of representations make a narrative. The visual element of repetition, particularly in the form of portraits, is a graphic obsession for me that captures a world where seriality is a defining feature. These pieces address themes such as death, tempus fugit, obsolescence, using a vibrant color palette inspired by folk art, advertising and Kitsch. The final image is a colorful and humorous antithesis.

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