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Last island

About the theme of "Isle Derniere"

 In my artistic representation of the destruction of Last Island, I employ color tapes to convey the urgency and impact of climate change on coastal regions.

ach color tape represents different environments, from the turbulent waters
to the tumultuous skies.

Through geometric and graphic compositions, I capture the chaos and destruction wrought by extreme storms and rising sea levels, illustrating the vulnerability of coastal communities to environmental shifts.  

The use of color tapes in geometric and graphic compositions allows me to
depict the multifaceted nature of the destruction of Last Island.

By layering and intertwining tapes of varying hues, I create dynamic
and visually striking compositions that evoke the power and unpredictability
of natural disasters. 

Viewers are invited to contemplate the implications of climate change
and rising sea levels on vulnerable coastal regions and the urgent need
for action to mitigate these threats.  

As viewers engage with these compositions, they are prompted to reflect
on the lessons of history and the parallels between past environmental crises
and the challenges we face today.

Through the visual representation of destruction and peril, I aim to raise awareness of the pressing need for environmental stewardship
and resilience in the face of climate change.

Ultimately, this series serves as a reminder of the importance of collective action to safeguard our planet and protect vulnerable communities
from the ravages of environmental degradation.

Details of the series


Material                          Acrylic, color tape
Medium                           Paper 24 x 18 inches
Date                                 2021
Signed and title on the back

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