Klu Klux Klan (By Anaisis)

Klu Klux Klan

Klu Klux Klan (By Anaisis)

‘Klu Klux Klan’ portrays several white humans and animals which seem to be in connection with each other. The woman is connected to a child. The man grabs her breasts greedily. Next to the man, we see only at a second glance an african head.

Above the woman, a dolphin appears as a sign of joy and a horse as a sign of lust. Above the man on the other hand, the cat and the snake seem to be in harmony with each other. Still the snake and cat are a symbol for coming chagrin and trouble.

This painting originated in several layers, which had been repainted wildly over and over again. It’ called Klu Klux Klan to indicate that we are all interwoven and it makes no difference whether our skin color is black, red, yellow or white.

With this painting, Anaisis tries to free herself out of dissatisfying relationships.

Material Oil and acrylic on canvas.
Size 110 x 140 cm

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