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© 2018 by Patricia Sandonis

Patricia Sandonis Painting, Kunst, Malerei, Lack und acryl, Villa Massimo Rome, Fortuna Populi Columns
Patricia Sandonis Painting, Kunst, Malerei, Lack und acryl, Villa Massimo Rome, Fortuna Populi Columns

Fortuna Populi. The missing columns, 2016-18

Fortuna Populii. Roma-Berlín:

Painting serie/ Mixed media on transparent fabric. 200 x 100 cm

Found stone on the Fortuna Populi Temple, Forum Boario, Rome.

Fortuna Populi. The Origin, The Representation, The Ruin:

The Origin: Original stone found on the Fortuna populi Temple in Rome on painting-acryl and lack on wood, 21 x 21 cm, Berlin 2018

 

The Representation:

Drawing on Fabrianno Paper, 100 x 70 cm, 2017

Chasing Columns:

Drawings on paper: Acryl, grafit, serpentine and lack, 50 x 70 cm

With the support of Villa Massimo short time research residency, Rome, 2016

Patricia Sandonis Drawings, Kunst, Zeichnung, Villa Massimo Rome, Fortuna Populi Columns
Patricia Sandonis Drawings, Kunst, Zeichnung, Villa Massimo Rome, Fortuna Populi Columns

All civilisations have used columns with an architectural porpoise but also because of the significance of creating identity.

When I went to Rome to visit the temple of the Fortuna Populi there were no columns anymore.

Stones pretended to be a ruin of a column.

I went back to Berlin and worked on a visual construction of this missing columns.