Once again, Richard Orlinski summons an archaic fear, the fear of the spider, and exorcises it by sublimating its beauty. He imagines it smooth and not hairy, tapered and balanced on eight legs with magnified articulations. Like the artists who preceded him, Richard Orlinski is fascinated by the insect and its symbolic ambivalence. Creativity, patience, but also ferocity and darkness.
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