Estoy chata de lo pequeño que es este pueblo.
Ay, talagantito.


Sarah Olson

I exaggerate and combine forms — distended tree limbs, distorted insects and birds, intestines, breasts, bellies, feet, genitals— in order to question the origin of every living thing and show the interconnected web and relationship between creatures we consider separate from ourselves. Exploring the fragile and intimate quality of line and the explosive quality of color, I examine how the natural world is constantly being damaged and consumed, as well as how it in turn, is consuming us. My latest work challenges the destructive nature of human assumptions of superiority. It combines features from different life forms, to show inevitable links within earthly existence.



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Quien se quiera ir que se vaya, pero que no estorbe en la puerta.
Lo leí por ahí (via confesionarios)