The First Circle Exhibition

Writter, photographer, painter, Mathilde Dauguet is a french conceptual artist, inspired by her research on human and social sciences, as well as her experiences in such different countries as Togo, Brazil, India, Marroco, Portugal... In 2012, she achieves the First Circle, a project of 15 large painting illustrating her personal track of the collective unconscious and universal symbols of Carl Gustav Jung (Freud ´s dissident)that could be emphasize thanks to a free creation. With her own made mixture of color pigments and linseed oil, on large panels that fit together, she discovers step by step arquetypes and underlying symbols that appear inside the object; in its main lines, shadows and brightness. The circle, universal symbol of unity present across the cultures, in the Buddhist mandala, cupola of the Mosque or Cathedral´s rose window is the main pattern of her paintings, illustrating her concern about the religious conflicts generated in the name of this Unity. The First Circle invites religions to recognize their own cultural conditioning and their relative truth, and to debate together, with the scientific community to make significant progress on the understanding of human soul. This project inspires to draw his own circle in order to find his own truth.

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