It 's the story of St. George and the Dragon, their fight, and is the story of the war, every battle: of one who wants at all costs to destroy something else and be unique without the opposite. But the opposite, the other, or holy dragon that is in is deleted when no longer exists but takes on a life in the one who defeated him, and is, the loser, the supreme victory.
In the foreground, beyond every battle, won, lost, fought, beyond the focus of a city torn by night, beyond good and evil, surrounded by extreme loneliness, there is a dog in the middle of a road in the foreground. The little dog is my self-portrait.
The work can be hung on both sides. There is a front and a back, a front and a back: life is like, visible from many parts and each part is a part of the work, or life.
Thanks to Cosmè Tura.
Wood, Paper, Stamp, Ink, Oil