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Walter Capezzali

Circe

Artist: Walter Capezzali (Italy)

Title: Circe

Date: 2014

Medium: Paper

Dimension (cm):

L 62

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H 59,5

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Circe is a collage artwork of Walter Capezzali’s collection.

Circe and the enchanted Island of the sorceress.
A white temple stands out against the primordial bare rocks eroded by the sun, under an unreal sky full of vortices. Circe, ethereal in her irreproachable beauty, is sacrificing herself to the gods. But suddenly, from the black mirror of time, broken in a thousand pieces, Ulysses breaks his enchanted sleep and unleashes revenge.
Circe is a symbol of evil enchantment, vanished memories, false loves.
How many times do we remain under the influence of people who manage to enchant us? We all have a sorceress like Circe who confines them in an enchanted island? We turn into Ulysses to please someone, and then suddenly find ourselves in a world that is not our own? Or on an island, far from all those who could offer us positive feelings?

The artist’s point of view: Here, the artist reminded us how bad is the awakening from an evil spell, which has negatively conditioned the Psyche or love or life in its flow. Often an awakening from this kind of spell only generates pain and causes negative feelings. Just like Ulysses with the sorceress Circe, who also made him kill some of his companions in Mediterranean misadventures.

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