Two Schizoid Compositions – The Narratives of Everyday Objects
by Wellington Silva


The everyday objects are united by the human hands. The type of ligature and the compositional results are of the states of mind. Ligatures between objects have a non-linguistic order. Therefore, such a microcosm “almost” can’t be seen. These are much more the states of spirits materialized in these ludic and new visual “hieroglyphs”. What is seen in the composition is a metaphor of the human interior, that is, of the states of mind. Each compositional object has its identity and its geography – that is to say that the human has transited these places and experienced these identities. The place is inside and outside at once. Identities are circumscribed, but, these instances have tangential openings. Each schizoid composition contain, as it were, the hands of the composer itself.

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