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eros sketches

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eros sketches

500.00
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“Eros” was a Beetroot exhibition celebrating the most essential reason human beings get together: sexual attraction and ultimately sexual intercourse. In the unforgiving routine of everyday life where human relationships are challenged, being sexually attracted to other human beings as well as desiring to make love just for the pleasure it brings, is presented through the eyes of Beetroot, as an independent and honest human practice that is important for our personal psychological balance.
In the exhibition a single image-installation was presented, depicting figures having erotic intercourse in various formations. The image is consisted of vertically side to side placed stacks of high-quality prints. Each print presents a detail which is also an autonomous composition on the subject matter. In this way the visitors may purchase a part or the whole piece by selecting the details that relate more to them.

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“Eros” was a Beetroot exhibition celebrating the most essential reason human beings get together: sexual attraction and ultimately sexual intercourse. In the unforgiving routine of everyday life where human relationships are challenged, being sexually attracted to other human beings as well as desiring to make love just for the pleasure it brings, is presented through the eyes of Beetroot, as an independent and honest human practice that is important for our personal psychological balance.
In the exhibition a single image-installation was presented, depicting figures having erotic intercourse in various formations. The image is consisted of vertically side to side placed stacks of high-quality prints. Each print presents a detail which is also an autonomous composition on the subject matter. In this way the visitors may purchase a part or the whole piece by selecting the details that relate more to them.