Asano Agarie G

 

Although people often hide their dark side, it is not a separate from the public persona, they are mutually influential and part of the whole. My work expresses the darkness within people which usually remains hidden. Everyone keeps aspects of their personality and experience concealed, I bring these areas to light and ask the viewer to examine those aspects within themselves based upon my personal understanding of human existence. Having an innate sense of human impotency in the face of obscurity; I introduce themes of darkness into my work to draw awareness to the internal shadows present in both individuals and society as a whole.

 

 

Email: asanoagarie@gmail.com
Website: www.asanoagomez.com

The Sinful Mass in G-Town (End of the Day)
Day version, fabrics, enamel paint, acrylic, oil pastel, threads, spray paint
55" x 48" (dimensions variable), 2019
The Sinful Mass in G-Town (End of the Day)
Night version, fabrics, enamel paint, acrylic, oil pastel, threads, spray paint
55" x 48" (dimensions variable), 2019
Skyglow
Fabrics, enamel paint, acrylic, oil pastel, threads, spray paint
40" x 97" (dimensions variable), 2019
Muse
Fabrics, oil pastel, charcoal, threads, dye, ink, enamel paint, acrylic
45" x 36", 2018
Doppelgänger
Fabrics, oil pastel, charcoal, threads, dye, ink, enamel paint, acrylic
59" x 67" (dimensions variable), 2018
Doppelgänger
Fabrics, oil pastel, charcoal, threads, dye, ink, enamel paint, acrylic
59" x 67" (dimensions variable), 2018
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