(R)evolution (EN)

In 1859 the English naturalist Charles Darwin published the book “On the Origin of Species”. He introduced the scientific theory that all species of life have descended over time from common ancestors through a process of evolution that he called natural selection in which “it is not the strongest of the species, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change”.

Following his theory, my work becomes an unlimited process in constant progress and adaptation as a result of a desire of change. A “Butterfly effect” that will not stop because all in life is intrinsically related.

Butterflies allow a metamorphosis of ideas, desires, fantasies that ends in its materialization as a jewel.
Keeping their primary origin, they continue evolving through the multiplicity, as they rearrange, transform or camouflage themselves, until they acquire new structures in the making of a transition so diverse and touching as the charming sensation of feeling butterflies in the stomach.
Butterflies show that beauty cannot only be found in their morphology or colours but even in the attitude that they adopt in every transformation.



Main materials: German silver, enamel paint, silver and steel
Year: 2017

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