A Spacial View
in this work, Barry wanted to interpret according to his sensitivity the Yin and Yang, Chinese symbols of night and day, but which in reality reflect many situations that nature constantly offers us. In his spatial vision, he interpreted it as the meeting on different levels of sometimes geometric elements, sometimes with indefinite shapes. Certainly, this interpretation is equally valid compared to those that focus on easily identifiable elements, when the reality that surrounds us, much more complex than we ourselves suppose, has managed to bring together elements that our human mind hardly grasps. Here in this work, Barry underlines this multitude of planes in which otherwise irreconcilable forms meet and sometimes merge.