acryl, milieu and epoxy resin on canvas
Bogdan Petriceicu Hașdeu discovered at the end of the 19th century the “Our Father” prayer in a Celtic dialect very similar to the Romanian language. This dialect is from the province of Wales in England. The two pages show variants of the prayer; in the Celtic dialect spoken in Wales on the left and in Romanian on the right. To create a dynamism to the work, I invented a “Celtic dialect” with wavy shapes, similar to spirals and Celtic knots. The addition of the Romanian mile comes to oversee the similarities between the two cultures.