Original Artwork by Sylvie Adams
• 91 cm x 152 cm – 36″ x 60″
• Acrylic, spray paint, India ink,markers, archival paper on canvas •
This painting, called "Migrations aléatoires (Random Migrations)", was conceived following the events that the media called "The Migrants' crisis", when public opinion was raised following the shocking images of the death of the little Aylan Kurdi, lying on a Turkish beach. Forced by terrorism, war and violence to leave everything and to seek refuge and hope elsewhere, this trajectory has torn many people. Exile, pain, mourning and the shock of values are opposed simultaneously to hope, hospitality, and specially peace. This painting is also part of the Scattered Trajectories Project.