Paula Metallo | Aliens truth under symmetry
Paula Metallo is an Italian American contemporary artist. Born in Syracuse, New York and lives in the Marche Region of Italy.
Italian American, artist, contemporary artist, art, contemporary art, collage, installation, Coldigioco, holes, meet, look twice, rorschach, cover uncover, art and science, take and give, simmetry, drawings
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Aliens truth under symmetry


These are bizarre alien spawns born from a symmetrical merging.

In a naive way the collages strive to show that the reality of a shared condition creates a space where wisdom lies.

I was influenced by this quote from Casey Camp Horinek, a Native rights activist on environmental and civil rights issues.

“It would be as if Aliens came down today, took everything and made us be just like them. So we had to become Martians in order to survive”.

  • The Martian in Casey Camp Horinek, acrylic on canvas, 100 x 70 cm, 2018.

  • When the Martians came.

  • Mmm... ecological alien, acrylic on canvas, 200 x 50 cm, 2018.

  • Mad sad Indian, acrylic on canvas, 100 x 70 cm, 2017.

  • The spirit in the rock, acrylic on canvas, 100 x 70 cm, 2018.

  • Buffalo.

  • Before and after symmetry White Buffalo.

  • Chief White Horse.

  • Hopi Lamb.

  • Fairy Godmother.