History is a cyclic phenomenon in the eyes of Rembrandt Jordan, who feels inspired by the symbolism of almost forgotten cultures. This composition hints to a remarkable lovestory in ancient Egyptian history. It becomes apparent in the base of chamotte brick. It sets the stage for two main characters, whose elementary forms are locked in an endless dialogue of love. In this work the lovers, immortalized as abstract silhouettes, arise from a flat landscape of silver standing out against the rising sun. A long intertwining shadow casts their counter form reminiscent of the stepped floor of the tomb.
|Material||-||silver Ag925, wood, chamotte bricks|
|Dimensions||-||130 x 70 x 69,5 cm|
|Year||-||1999 - 2018, 1999|