Day and Night (Eva)

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The artwork most often has the character of sarcastic provocation, aggressive failure or cruel irony. It opens unpleasant subjects of human mortality, pride, narcissism, selfishness, naivety, ruthlessness or cruelty. The human is with his weakness and vulnerability shown in many forms and parables, as a personified quirk of fate through which he is dragged or against which (often to the expense of the others) tries to be defined by many different ways.

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