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between God and Man – tra Dio e l’Uomo
The work wants to represent the relationship between man and the seven capital sins. The picture is composed from seven wedges as the number of the sins. Uniting all the parts of which the work is composed same form the outline of the number 7. Every of the wedges is a picture to itself, having to object every a single sin capital. The work is enjoyable in all of its sides, in the three dimensions.(has inserted glass coins, knives, etc.) Of forehead we have the pictorial representation of the capital sins. On the sides we have in Latin three types of writings: -aloft and in low, Of the and Terrae, since the man is between God and the Earth. -to the external sides of the most external works, Hominis, the man that exactly that it is to the center. -the sides of the inside pictures of the work, have the wording in Latin of the adjacent sin, this to represent the attitude of the man, that for a long time judges other people's defects, and it hardly recognizes the proper ones. Quoting the Gospel, " Because you look at the straw that is in the eye of your brother, and don't you acknowledge you the beam that is in yours?". On the back of every picture there is the symbol conceived by the artist that it represents every sin capital.