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ALEJOS
150 x 150 x 3.5 cm 15.000€

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Limb of Theseus II |Pintura de Pablo Mercado | Compra arte en Flecha.es

Pablo Mercado
Limb of Theseus II, 2017

1.500€

Pintura

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Serie of oil on canvas inspired on the "Ship of Theseus" myth. Also known as "Theseus' paradox", is a thought experiment that raises the question of whether an object that has had all of its components replaced remains fundamentally the same object.It is a reflexion about identity and body. This paradox has been explored by many philosophers such as John Lock, Heraclitus or Plato among others. In this series of painting I have portrait regular people and substitute some parts of their bodies for prosthesis. I try to not talk about the drama of removing a limb but use the human body as a metaphor of the fragmentation and flexibility of the identity. Serie of oil on canvas inspired on the "Ship of Theseus" myth. Also known as "Theseus' paradox", is a thought experiment that raises the question of whether an object that has had all of its components replaced remains fundamentally the same object.It is a reflexion about identity and body. This paradox has been explored by many philosophers such as John Lock, Heraclitus or Plato among others. In this series of painting I have portrait regular people and substitute some parts of their bodies for prosthesis. I try to not talk about the drama of removing a limb but use the human body as a metaphor of the fragmentation and flexibility of the identity. Serie of oil on canvas inspired on the "Ship of Theseus" myth. Also known as "Theseus' paradox", is a thought experiment that raises the question of whether an object that has had all of its components replaced remains fundamentally the same object.It is a reflexion about identity and body. This paradox has been explored by many philosophers such as John Lock, Heraclitus or Plato among others. In this series of painting I have portrait regular people and substitute some parts of their bodies for prosthesis. I try to not talk about the drama of removing a limb but use the human body as a metaphor of the fragmentation and flexibility of the identity.

80 x 80 x 2 cm

Biography

Licenciado en Bellas Artes por la Universidad de Sevilla y Máster en Arte, creación e investigación por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Ha realizado exposiciones a nivel nacional e internacional en Alemania, Italia, Portugal, Suiza, México, Paises Bajos, Taiwán, Corea del sur y Japón. Seleccionado para las becas de investigación del Gobierno Mexicano y en residencias para artistas como las de MAC Gas Natural Fenosa, ARE Holland (Paises Bajos), Soulangh Artists village (Taiwan), 321 Issue (Taiwan), Gachang Art Studio (Corea del sur), PIER 2 (Taiwán) y Kamiyama AIR (Japón). Además ha trabajado como técnico para Neugerreimschneider Gallery, Sprueth Magers Gallery y Ai Weiwei en su estudio de Berlín.
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