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Gas - Edward Hopper
Gas - Edward Hopper
Gas - Edward Hopper
Gas - Edward Hopper
Gas - Edward Hopper
Gas - Edward Hopper
Gas - Edward Hopper
Gas - Edward Hopper
Gas - Edward Hopper
Gas - Edward Hopper
Gas - Edward Hopper
Gas - Edward Hopper
Gas - Edward Hopper
Gas - Edward Hopper
Gas - Edward Hopper
Gas - Edward Hopper
Gas - Edward Hopper
Gas - Edward Hopper
Gas - Edward Hopper
Gas - Edward Hopper
Gas - Edward Hopper

Gas - Edward Hopper

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As a point of no return, Gas exposes a boundary between the visible and the invisible, delimited by the road that plunges into absolute darkness.

The forest becomes an imperceptible and disquieting force that overflows the picture and only stops at the border of the petrol station: a symbol of industrialisation.

Its neutral and formal representation eliminates all temporality, so that the modern world is reassuring because of its artificial clarity and the familiar figure that man embodies. Yet reduced to a subordinate performing his last tasks, he ultimately appears no less disconcerting than the disquieting nature that encircles the viewer and from which no escape seems possible.

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As a point of no return, Gas exposes a boundary between the visible and the invisible, delimited by the road that plunges into absolute darkness.

The forest becomes an imperceptible and disquieting force that overflows the picture and only stops at the border of the petrol station: a symbol of industrialisation.

Its neutral and formal representation eliminates all temporality, so that the modern world is reassuring because of its artificial clarity and the familiar figure that man embodies. Yet reduced to a subordinate performing his last tasks, he ultimately appears no less disconcerting than the disquieting nature that encircles the viewer and from which no escape seems possible.

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