All The Rivers In The World
Zoe Brice's work is informed by research into mythology and folklore. She particularly interested in the symbolism of the serpent across cultures. Brice uses imagery inspired by her research to represent unseen forces and liminal spaces. This body of work thematically represents the birth and development of our universe combining classical and contemporary science and philosophy, beginning with chaos and ending with humankind’s experience of the transcendental.
This piece represents the transcendent Platonic Form of River. It depicts the essence of river, the concept of all the rivers in the world. At its center a group of concentric circles depicts the world spring, a concept from Ancient Greek cosmology, which is the source of all water.
Gouache on paper, 20" x 14"
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