This artwork is part of the "Concrete Reality"series. Concrete is something existing in a material or physical form while Reality is the aggregate of all that is real. At first glance it may seem like a pleonasm. But Concrete is also a composite material resulting from the aggregation of gravel with cement and water. While at its core, the word concrete means ‘together, to grow’, it is one of the most frequently used building materials.
Through this game of words, I tried to describe brutalism, to describe these raw beautiful monolithic buildings.
Barbican London #33
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