Landscapes of Love, Sex, and Desire
Pen and highlighters on paper. 55 x 130 cm.
The triptych displays the dynamics of human interaction as they appear in the study of love, sex and desire. In brief, the work combines a great number of concepts from the fields of psychology, sociology, biology and neuroscience in an ambitious attempt to arrange them into a grand unified theory of human sexuality.
The forces that govern love and sex generate two distinct landscapes that are tied together by the common denominator of desire, the true origin and gateway to both love and sex. I hope this matrix of dualities, triads, spectra, loops and paradoxes may form a comprehensive map and serve as a guide to the intricacies of love, sex and desire.
Location: Private collection, Torino / Photos by Daniele Baldi.