Matthew Adam, In the Crossing, 2016, Oil on canvas, 54" x 40"


In the Crossing depicts the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. From an entirely new perspective. Non religious, non racial, non temporal, unbiased account of the entirety of what such an event must have been like in it’s intensity for the human who endured it. Colliding in the moment of death, and recalling the whole of the trials of the experience. It is potentially a new approach to unresolved questions of Cubism, incorporating views and perspectives through a seamless anthology of aspects of the subject rather than the physical splintering of line and the image itself. Stretching time outward into memory and feeling, dreams and death, hopes and fears, as opposed to physical movement and structure. I am neither a Christian nor against Christianity. I am an artist, this is an artwork.

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