EROLA ARCALIS

 

A voice comes to one in the dark

Imagine.

 

S. Beckett

 

 

 

 'With this sentence, Erola Arcalís invites the viewer to an intimate space. We enter into a cave with only a few references to Greek mythology as a guide. The words “Lethe” and “Aletheia” in Greek translate as “to forget, to conceal” and “to remember, to reveal”, respectively; but it refers also to truth and its negation, untruth. Abstract images coexist with figurative ones, playing with scale and subject. A fragmented still life, an orphaned trace, a singled stalagmite; constitute different voices of memories.'

 as wax melts before a gentle fire darkly then the fading form, - 'Stay', shouted, 'stay!'