The main reason I made this series of paintings was in order to interrupt adulthood. The pressure of unwritten rules of the majority. Like having a decent job, love life and manners imposed on us by certain contemporary rules of society.
There are a few moments in life when we forget about this imposed pressure, these moments are almost always led by one of the greatest art forms, namely music. Whenever we hear music we are able to forget about this foolish pressure made up by others we don’t even know. There are times when this freedom hits another level: when we add a little dancing to the music, liberating yourself from the rules by moving your body in an odd way. Whenever we dance we forget and become children again, not interrupted by the norms and values from everyday life. Whenever we achieve this kind of childishness we’re free and open to anything that’s near us at the moment.
There is no safer place than dancing near your loved ones and all of this is led by music. Therefore, every piece of the series is inspired by a certain piece of music. Visualizing Classic, Jazz, Soul and Electronic music.
The different elements on the paintings are imperfect, the lines are not smooth and the forms are not what they seem to be. They represent the breaking of the rules of everyday life. When you pay attention to the lines you’ll see that they move in a youthful way. The colors that are used don’t represent any side of society they speak for equality in an immature way. Some backgrounds of certain pieces act as a substitute for skin colors demolishing race and discrimination.
To summarize, the main purpose of the series was to visualize the greatest art form through a brush.