The opening of artist Estefanía Pomar Aloy’s new exhibition ‘Cyanophyceae‘ took place at the innovative Palma concept store Rialto Living.
Cyanophyceae Cyanobacteria (also called blue-green sea grass) are micro-organisms whose cells are only a few micrometers (microns) in diameter, but larger than most other bacteria.
Without time, without direction, just being themselves the Cyanophyceae play their part in the sea’s functioning. These small signs of life, always living together in colonies, get their greenish-blue colour because of oxygenation through photosynthesis.
Based on these micro-organisms and their function, Estefanía Pomar Aloy develops a new aesthetic concept, illustrating a metaphor of the vital importance of these invisible beings and their behaviour.
The beauty of the remarkable cell shapes, textures and expressions on view at this new exhibition cannot fail to fascinate and move the observer.
The exhibition will be on display until the 28th of April, 2016.
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