PRELUDE TO A DREAM

In a chromatic continuum, Natalie reveals the invisible, connecting links, advocating the otherness of belonging in the deepest reaches of abstraction. The presences shy away, disappear and establish a new direction oriented towards pure energy and complete union, without any form of identification. ‘The white figure in all its brilliance has no reason to be restricted by its form.’ This loss of cohesiveness, aided by a more neutral palette, summons serenity, slowness, the necessary pause to master the quest for self-effacement for the benefit of others. It’s an optimistic invitation to hope, extending beyond finality, to re-evaluate what we must remember and what must be kept as traces of our lives.


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