Hermeneutic Exercises

In a sporadic interpretative effort, emotions and experiences may appear as sudden as glares, encased and shrouded in a symbolic value as metaphors, when our conscience tries to disclose, to grasp or  to organize these abstract perceptions in a rational manner.

Despite our best attempts they remain, at most vague, closed and withdrawn into themselves.


Thus, it appears all one can do is to stand watching these sphinxes, whose creation we have contributed to, yet we still fail to decipher.


30x30 cm