In this piece, Mendez Blake elaborates on the symbol of the lighthouse; as pictured in the novel by Virginia Woolf, To the Lighthouse (1927).; Here, the entity of the lighthouse, which has a symbolic rather that; architectonical meaning even in the novel, is given a body and is; subtracted from the blurry, imaginary dimension of the novel. Still,; it remains a rather obscure object: a tiny, black architecture that; concretizes a fictional space and, at the same time, stays far from; being a realistic depiction. Rather, this object gives way to new; possible interpretations and visualization of the emblematic figure; of lighthouse.

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OMR was founded in 1983 and through over 400 exhibitions and 20 years of participation in art fairs, has developed
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