Jesus Perea is a visual artist from Spain whose work is something completely open and changing. He used to work on painting and has focuse in digital and mixed media since 2 years. Focusing on the simplicity of form, the geometry, the space, the empty and the architecture, Jesus Perea is very interested in the dialog of the form and the stain, the rational and the random, the poetry and emotion that comes from it.He loves the surprise that appears in the process, the manipulation of the image to get somewhere that was unknown for him when he started that work. Through his artwork, Jesus Perea wish that the viewers feel connected with it through some kind of emotion. Please visit artist’s Facebook or follow his Tumblr for more work. (Interview with artist by Artchipel Avr-2013)
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You are not hollow.
There is a vast landscape
opened up in your heart,
with continents so wide
that it might feel
but is, in truth,
howling with life and a love
that will send echoes and tremors
over your geography, your geology,
shaking the stalled tectonics
of your stationary heart,
splitting the coldness of the ground,
and waking you from numb sleep.
Lonely soul, yes, you are,
but remember this—
don’t feel the earth shake.
Frank Sinatra & Judy Garland at a radio broadcast of Command Performance, 1946
Imogen Poots photographed by Hilary Walsh for Tank Magazine Spring 2012.
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