#159 Cheek

#159 Cheek

64x44cm | Filler, oak frame

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    This work shows the imprint of my left cheek.
    There are several different meanings associated with touching the cheek. It can mean tenderness without sexual undertones. A kiss on the cheek is a greeting in several cultures, and a slap on the cheek is considered derogatory. It is a punishment method for shame. However, we also rest our heads against the cheek when we are going to sleep. The white filler and the size of the work can give the association a pillow. The quality of the night's sleep can indicate how the body feels and which processes precede the subconscious.