150 x 150 cm | 59 x 59 in
Original painting in acrylic on canvas.
"'Sometimes We Are Not Sleeping' is a painting where there is an obvious interplay between realism and abstraction. The title speaks for itself. Although in our time we spend most of our time busy, isolated, distracted and kind of like ' the waking dead', many of us sometimes get moments were everything stops and we see reality from a non-ordinary perception. We begin to make questions and so we allow ourselves to delve deeper inside of our own unconsciousness. The central figure finds herself exposed inside a non-comprehensible environment, an abstract space of lines and shapes that could be microscopic but also macrocosmic. She is calmly exploring and understanding."