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Oil, pastel, pencil, wood

The artist of this piece is still unknown. The image represents the union of Azueli’s ontologically-rooted sentience, with Toiszo’s epistemologically-rooted sentience. This visually metaphorical union of their love uses a custom designed algorithm to indicate when the labrynthe-like snake should bend angularly versus curved. The snake represents Azueli, this culture’s matriachal and feminine-oriented nature. The labrynthe form represents the intellectual influence of Toiszo. The landscape situates this series of work’s moment at a speculative Caribbean history -- hyperlocated at the lake of Azuéi, which is on the border between Dominican Republic and Haiti/Ayiti.