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Our buddy Elian is back in South America where he just finished working on a brand new abstract piece on the streets of Cordoba in Argentina.

Our buddy Elian is back in South America where he just finished working on a brand new abstract piece on the streets of Cordoba in Argentina.
Entitled “Public Essay of Opacity”, this project was coordinated by the Architects Pablo Bisio, and Esteban Bondone and was painted at the UCC University of Architecture.

This is my first experience doing a diptych work on the public space.
As always, let the environment be part of the main characteristics of the artwork, on this case, all the chromatic developing, is modified by the different backgrounds. We can see the piece on the left with super brightness colours and white on the back. On the right the saturation is less than her sister piece, because all the colours loose sharpness with the concrete, and this dirty gray start it become part of the artwork.
I found this interesting, the behavior of many things related of architecture and urbanism depend of all the context, sometimes something simple, make a big difference on a final result of something bigger.
All the composition are made thinking on this concept of diptych. Without the repetition of the elements in both pieces, is impossible to generate a comparison. Is necessary put the same shapes on different situations to understand the functionality of this. All our entire life, have the same mechanism, we need to compare, see and analyse before believe. –Elian

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Rom Levy

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