June 4, 2019
"This series talks more about self-retrospection, loneliness in isolation, frustration and fear that come with many events such as bullying and harassment. At each the paintings, there is a hidden to break free from the symbolic barriers present in the visual composition. The name “paper airplane” comes from the main object of the very first painting of this series titled “Flying the Paper Airplane”. It is meant to be a symbol for dreams of being free."
Weight: 3 Kg
About The Artist
Aurora Santika is an Indonesian artist whose vivid-color artworks are inspired by illustrations and symbolism-filled movies, music....Read More
About The Gallery
Mayinart is an online gallery registered in Singapore.
At Mayin, we uncover our artists from the most interior and rural areas,....Read More
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