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· Non-melancholic scenes (serie) (2021/2020)

Non-melancholic scenes (2020) is a series articulated around small-format paintings referencing, in terms of technique and codes of representation, 15th and 16th century paintings. The technique, format, themes and symbolism were intended to create a sense of enigma, soliciting our careful observation. Although we’re faced with situations whose codes imply narratives, we’re left disoriented by the lack of anything coherent or substantial to cling to. Even the title, denying melancholy by affirming its expectation, is enigmatic in itself. The works, in fact, represent scenes from antiquity, with interspersed modern elements, occurring at twilight. A few works have a clear relationship with the Orphan series as some of its characters re-appear in them. Genres such as mythology, landscapes, religion, portraits, heroism and cabinet paintings are also strategically employed as conceptual tools, creating fascination and confusion in a minefield of unhinged symbols.


text by Lauren Wiggers