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Fermeture définitive de la galerie de Clisson le 16 avril 2023!
Prix spécial sur les derniers tirages et digigraphies disponibles.
Final closing of the Clisson gallery on April 16, 2023!
Special price on latest available prints and digigraphies.
Sérigraphie signée et numérotée sur 500 exemplaires - Format 91x61cm - 2022
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Most people are familiar with the Greek fable of Icarus, a teenager who builds wings of wax and feathers, and is cautioned by his father about the dangers of flying too close to the sun. Fuelled by hubris and a sense of invincibility, Icarus ignores his father's advice, flies too close to the sun, and perishes when his wings melt and he plunges into the sea. The Icarus fable is a lesson cautioning us against allowing ego to cloud our judgment. Dominatio Terrae means "dominion (or domination) over the earth." Like Icarus, we humans have become drunk with power, and our pride keeps us short-sighted about how we are destabilizing the planet that sustains us. Humility about our place within the delicate balance of earth's ecosystems is a step to reverse a destructive course, but action around environmental responsibility is essential.