The “Fantastic Meta-Thinking” section brings together the works of eight artists who emphasize the transformative power of the mind in the dynamics between borders and horizons.
The stories in the exhibition address the theme of growth, from the transformation of the body to the exploration of one’s inner self, and they speak of achievements and freedom.
In “Dentro di me cosa c’è?” by Giulia Pastorino, the protagonist embarks on a journey of self-discovery and realizes their uniqueness and originality. In “Just like Munch,” artist Dominika Lipniewska harnesses the power of self through art.
Takashi Tsushima seeks to express human emotions that are difficult to convey with words by creating unusual-looking animals.
Anastacia Sholik offers the possibility of becoming someone else through her realistic drawings based on reality.
Hada Yoshiko presents the project “100 Days Challenge for Happiness” to explore happiness.
The kitten by Natalia Shaloshvili narrates simple things and love.
Just like “Robinson” by Peter Sís, whose watercolors are genuine childhood memories, the story explores a special relationship between a mother and her son.
Yolanda Mosquera‘s illustrations in “Llévame” bring dreams to life and propose to transcend the boundaries of space and time.
Illustrazione di Takashi Tsushima