|Dimensions||23 × 13 × 28 cm|
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Sculpture Two-sided resin sculpture
Technique & substrate : Resin – Acrylic / Matt finish
The Oursjayet is a kind of pop’art replica of this so particular Roman god. Janus is the god of beginnings and ends, of choices, of passage and doors. Surprisingly, this representation of Janus in which he is bifroned (with two heads) has a meaning: one side is turned towards the past and the other towards the future. This is how Jayet sees his bear. A wink on the face turned towards the future sends the message “don’t worry, the future can be magical”. The other side, turned towards the past, with its wide-open eyes, expresses: “no regrets, whatever may have happened”.
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