Fernweh, by Elena Pez

My entire work is built up on the matter of dualism, so that each artwork becomes an event and the creative process itself becomes a creative-destructive process.

The challenge is trying to overcome the phobia of (self-)induced forms, fragmentary, to land to an (a)causal order, where fluid Form, intended as internal rhythmic movement, triumphs. There’s also the will to conceive the visual composition as a musical composition: colors want to be symphonies, space and time intersect each other and the gaps are intended to expand the time of reception or to allude to a pause. In a concrete way, the dualistic tension is expressed in the contrast of substance/ether, verticality/horizontality, form/formless, that creates the dynamical sublime.