This series is the first inspired by ``The Creation of Adam`` in the Sistine Chapel by Michelangelo, and the point of non-contact between the fingers of God and Adam.
Nùria is a statue of the Virgin in majesty that is venerated in the Benedictine monastery of Montserrat in Catalonia. She has been known as the Black Virgin since at least the 15th century. At the religious level, the particular place that the Virgin occupies -which has gone far beyond the framework established by the Fathers of the Church- refers to universal principles and to the myth of the origins. Nùria evokes both vegetal elements and a feminine presence suggested by the curves and counter curves.
Porcelain, metallic oxides
H 148 cm Ø 36 cm
Photos © Lùna Mouries, Éric Bloch