Meander Sphere in Red

In Marie Cecile Thijs’ latest series ‘Green Scenes’ she constitutes a clear new direction, working towards abstract images and experimenting with new techniques including moving images. Imagine a parallel world where our planet has been transformed into a green sphere (Origin), and new planets are born out of nature (Meander). Planets on which there is less place for human intervention. Society has adapted to this alternate reality where animals and plants have regained control, having conquered space and time. They have shaped this world, creating a symbiosis and becoming autonomous beings, establishing a consciousness similar to our own. A new world, in which human society is no longer the driving force.

Marie Cecile Thijs shows glimpses of alternate universes; real enough to be within our grasps but also fleeting like in a dream. Futuristic or historic, surreal or fantastical, no solution is finite and remains open to the spectator’s interpretations.


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Meander Sphere in Red

In Marie Cecile Thijs’ latest series ‘Green Scenes’ she constitutes a clear new direction, working towards abstract images and experimenting with new techniques including moving images. Imagine a parallel world where our planet has been transformed into a green sphere (Origin), and new planets are born out of nature (Meander). Planets on which there is less place for human intervention. Society has adapted to this alternate reality where animals and plants have regained control, having conquered space and time. They have shaped this world, creating a symbiosis and becoming autonomous beings, establishing a consciousness similar to our own. A new world, in which human society is no longer the driving force.

Marie Cecile Thijs shows glimpses of alternate universes; real enough to be within our grasps but also fleeting like in a dream. Futuristic or historic, surreal or fantastical, no solution is finite and remains open to the spectator’s interpretations.


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