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Cuban Stainless Steel black marble Sculpture represents zen opposing forms dancing  create a round element flowing forms clean geometric lines by Aramis Justiz
Stainless steel, black marble
63 x 56 x 44 cm
2016
Cuban Steel stone Sculpture represents zen opposing forms dancing  create a round element flowing forms clean geometric lines by Aramis Justiz
Steel and stone
127 x 55 x 40 cm
2016
Cuban Stainless Steel Sculpture represents opposing forms separate dancing linked by a third element flowing forms clean geometric lines by Aramis Justiz
Steel and stainless steel
66 x 36 x 29 cm
2015
Cuban Stainless Steel black marble Sculpture represents opposing forms I-Ching Buddhism zen create peace of mind serenity harmony clean geometric lines by Aramis Justiz
Stainless steel, black marble
55 x 20 x 18 cm
2015
Cuban stone marble Sculpture represents opposing forms trying to separate steel linked by Aramis Justiz
Marble and stone
30 x 46 x 20 cm
2014

The philosophical concept of unity and struggle of opposites has been known by mankind since the most remote ancient times in every culture. The antagonism between life and death, creation and destruction, and the inseparable relationship between these forces as managers of change and development are widely represented in iconography.

My dances of opponents also deal with this duality in plastic form; abstract elements that contrast with one another, occasionally creating an added different element in their inner space or struggling in a futile attempt to separate themselves. The value of each element is highlighted by its opposite; it is the eternal quest for balance and harmony.