When the mind issues a reaction, alienated we stand still, however, if we try to understand the unconscious behavioural system behind it we may as well be able to adapt.
The two charcoal portraits inquiry about human behaviours when confronted with tragedy, specifically, climate change.
However, here I use irony as a mean to communicate a lighter confrontation with the viewer, using extreme emotions but satirising them. Conveyed as an exaggeration of the alienation of the self through the contemporary ways of life and current struggles.
Not only this two charcoal drawings articulate an ecological frame of mind in their concepts but also in their materials, as the charcoal is hand made, to be as evolve as possible and disrupt the industrial alienation we tend to have thought materials and their natural characteristics