NeoCrotalic Mexican Art by Javier Lopez Pastrana
It is a reflection on the catastrophe caused by the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in the extinct U.R.S.S. And its consequences by having thrown into the atmosphere a radioactive cloud that even reached the grasslands of the rest of Europe and at the same time the territorial isolation of the area in question. Nuclear plants are not the best option to produce energy when there are cleaner forms of energy generation. In the work radioactive human remains appear as a symbolism of the work "la coyolchauqui" of Aztec culture.
Composition: Mixed (Canvas, Resin, Oil, Carilic etc.)
Size: 100 x 150 cm /39 x 59 inches