Bulletproof

9,500.00

Availability: 1 in stock

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Artist: Angela Gomes
Title: Bulletproof
technique: real gun / swarovski / Goldleaf/ Epoxy
Size: 24x37x8 cm
Edition: 1/1, unique piece

In the heart of an art gallery, amidst a myriad of creations, stands an arresting masterpiece: “Bulletproof.” This enigmatic work transcends the conventional boundaries of art, challenging perceptions and evoking profound contemplation.

At first glance, “Bulletproof” presents itself as a paradox incarnate. A real pistol, rendered inert, lies ensconced within a block of epoxy resin. Its once menacing form is transformed, its lethality neutralized. Yet, what sets this creation apart is its embellishment: a lavish adorning of gold leaf and Swarovski crystals. Here, the symbol of destruction is juxtaposed with opulence, blurring the lines between beauty and danger.

However, the true essence of “Bulletproof” lies in its narrative, encapsulated in a single frozen moment of time. Encased within the resin block, a solitary bullet appears to erupt from the barrel, frozen in its trajectory. It is a poignant reminder of the irreversible consequences of violence, encapsulating the fragility of life amidst the veneer of invincibility.

The artist’s intent becomes palpable upon deeper reflection. “Bulletproof” serves as a meditation on power and vulnerability, prompting introspection on the dual nature of human existence. It challenges observers to confront the paradox of strength and delicacy, inviting discourse on the societal constructs that govern our perceptions of security and authority.

As spectators engage with “Bulletproof,” they are confronted not only with the physicality of the artwork but also with the weight of its symbolism. It beckons them to interrogate their own relationship with power and the consequences of its unchecked wield.

In a world rife with conflict and uncertainty, “Bulletproof” stands as a testament to the enduring power of art to provoke thought and incite change. It transcends its material form, igniting conversations that resonate far beyond the confines of the gallery walls. For within its intricate layers lies a potent reminder of our collective responsibility to strive for a future where the allure of violence is eclipsed by the beauty of peace.

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Bulletproof

9,500.00

Availability: 1 in stock

Euro (€) - EUR
  • Euro (€) - EUR
  • United States dollar ($) - USD

Artist: Angela Gomes
Title: Bulletproof
technique: real gun / swarovski / Goldleaf/ Epoxy
Size: 24x37x8 cm
Edition: 1/1, unique piece

In the heart of an art gallery, amidst a myriad of creations, stands an arresting masterpiece: “Bulletproof.” This enigmatic work transcends the conventional boundaries of art, challenging perceptions and evoking profound contemplation.

At first glance, “Bulletproof” presents itself as a paradox incarnate. A real pistol, rendered inert, lies ensconced within a block of epoxy resin. Its once menacing form is transformed, its lethality neutralized. Yet, what sets this creation apart is its embellishment: a lavish adorning of gold leaf and Swarovski crystals. Here, the symbol of destruction is juxtaposed with opulence, blurring the lines between beauty and danger.

However, the true essence of “Bulletproof” lies in its narrative, encapsulated in a single frozen moment of time. Encased within the resin block, a solitary bullet appears to erupt from the barrel, frozen in its trajectory. It is a poignant reminder of the irreversible consequences of violence, encapsulating the fragility of life amidst the veneer of invincibility.

The artist’s intent becomes palpable upon deeper reflection. “Bulletproof” serves as a meditation on power and vulnerability, prompting introspection on the dual nature of human existence. It challenges observers to confront the paradox of strength and delicacy, inviting discourse on the societal constructs that govern our perceptions of security and authority.

As spectators engage with “Bulletproof,” they are confronted not only with the physicality of the artwork but also with the weight of its symbolism. It beckons them to interrogate their own relationship with power and the consequences of its unchecked wield.

In a world rife with conflict and uncertainty, “Bulletproof” stands as a testament to the enduring power of art to provoke thought and incite change. It transcends its material form, igniting conversations that resonate far beyond the confines of the gallery walls. For within its intricate layers lies a potent reminder of our collective responsibility to strive for a future where the allure of violence is eclipsed by the beauty of peace.

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