Perspective of Faceless • Bristol paper • 20 x 27 cm

This is an ongoing body of work that started in 2014. I make use of faceless silhouettes as a way to represent beings as spirits, or rather the moment of contact with our own spiritual part. I am interested in the stories that guide people into developing the ability to recognize their own spirits, as they usually are about overcoming hardships, abrupt change or death, as well as the different practices and behavioral changes they apply to achieve a more connected life.

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Dressed to see • Bristol paper • 27 x 29 cm
Faceless • Bristol paper • 20 x 27 cm

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