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HEAVON OF DELIGHT | Jan Fabre

The work’s title, Heaven of Delight, refers to the well-known Hieronymus Bosch painting Garden of Delight.** Here, Fabre refers to the tradition of painting and the place occupied by ceiling frescoes. A ceiling fresco is a form of painting that both hides and represents the heavens.

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    Biomimetic design… wow.
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    a re-imaging of bosch’s “garden of earthy delights” with one million six hundred thousand scarab beetle wings? artgasm.
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