“Sprendo” explores the complexity of human identity through distorted portraits that challenge the notion of a fixed and unitary identity, inspired by Gilles Deleuze’s fascinating philosophical concept of the multiplicity of identities within each individual. Following the Deleuzian metaphor of the “rhizome,” each piece is a network of connections and transformations, where the boundaries between self and other blur into a chaotic dance of shapes and colors.

Each portrait is a journey through the deep layers of being, where multiple identities coexist in a state of constant becoming. The distortion of form is not simply a visual manipulation, but an expression of the inherent multiplicity of the human experience.

What does it mean to be oneself in a world where identity is fluid and changing? How can we reconcile the multiple facets of our being in a single portrait?

May 9, 2024

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