I Can’t Park Myself

I Can’t Park Myself

The same pieces, again and again, each day is a new day with the same body. The barriers are repeated, rhythmically, controlling cars, these are the objects we encounter on roads. A chess piece, we move, strategize, and rest. Chess not as an abstraction, but as a human presence. Dalí’s clock next to the board, a spider chess piece, crawling diagonally, a furry bishop. Impressive, then, to come at the object repeatedly, physically. What controls us, moves us, that’s where our minds go. Repetitions are what we live with, and differences are what we give away. These graphite strokes are rooted in figuration, while remaining abstract. The minimal style precisely outlines the unconscious mind. Our thoughts are often the same infinite permutations of hunger, sadness, joy. We always come back to essential truths, repeated again and again. With monochromatic variations, Cima’s barriers guide you deeper into yourself. –Isabelle Le Normand

I Can’t Park Myself

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