Brief – Fleeting · Antonio Navarro #2

Reading Le Breton I discovered the following text: ‘The car driver is the man of oblivion: the landscape parades beside him, beyond the windscreen, without him feeling anything, in a kind of sensory anesthesia and hypnosis on the road’. ‘To make way’ mesmerizes me, colours flooding through my eyes underlie the passage of time, along…

Brief – Fleeting · Gertrud Gómez

FLEETING by Gertrud Gómez So is he, fast. He flees and disappears with speed, but at the same time he is eternal and immutable, something that makes him unique and true, as opposed to the transient, with what is brief. He recreates and repeats linear landscapes, dragging us to visual feelings. Travels, experiences, recognized routes…

Brief- Fleeting · Luis Feás

HYPNOSIS ON THE ROAD Fugacity should be considered an artistic category in its double meaning, both ephemeral and elusive. Since the Impressionists endeavored to capture a moment in direct competition with photography, there have been endless ways of catching a fugitive moment, so unattainable for painters until then, representing it, imitating it, making that movement…