Only the image that derives from memory can become objective, can become a universal emblem of mental anguish thus, distanced from the Ego that suffered it, can lead to serenity.
With her new works, Georgia Tseri, takes us on a journey into the depths of previous generations to explore what it is that we maintain alive and hold onto in the present, a personal introspection imbued with a sense of generational continuity. Driven by her own family history, her themes relate to people’s mobility and migration and the sense of place and homeland. At the same time, her works denote the female presence and identity in abstracted form, reflecting memory and the perception of diversity in a social totality.
Within the works, human entities are interconnected in an esoteric manner and attain a metaphysical quality permeating the authentic with a sense of otherworldly unity. The multiple layers of colours and the monochromatic hues reflect a rhythm, an axiom: the axiom of internal need.