Pencil on Hahnemühle paper560 × 770 mm
Epoché (from the Greek ἐποχή "suspension"), sometimes transliterated also as epokhe, is a term recurrently used by María Zambrano. Starting from the assumption that we know nothing, Pyrrhon argued that the most appropriate attitude to adopt is epoché, i.e. the suspension of judgement or affirmation. And that suspension, that levitation, is what this drawing captures, in which the particles, full of life because they are germinated or seed, levitate in an interval between life and death.
This work belongs to the exhibition ALLEGORIES OF WATER AND MILK.