Get Out!, 2019
Print on artglass (2mm) and paper Archival pigmentprint on 2 mm dibond with taxidermy butterfly’s (Kallima inachus) 135×100 cm
Framed in white handmade Walnut frame 40×80 mm
Arnix create his Garden of Eden; The surface of the glass reflect the viewer and give you the opportunity to self-reflection. Arnix likes to give his version of this classic theme that is also presented in old master paintings.
Until “The Fall” all animals where still in peace with each other and there was no death and destruction. animals are also significant as symbols. They refer to the various human temperaments.
The serpent, the most cunning animal in Paradise, persuaded Eve to bite the fruit.
The peacock stands for immortality, dignity and self-confidence.
The stork stands for piety, purity and resurrection and also show Arnix’s forthcoming grandparenthood.
The fluttering cabbage white butterfly on the arm of God suggests Adam’s frivolity.
The white horse symbolizes pride and lust.
The Flying leaf butterfly ( Kallima inachus) deprive the genitals of the biblical first people to the face. As a master who hide his true nature.
The deer living in Arnix backyard traditionally has been associated with the cycle of nature, with downfall and resurrection, because in the spring it abrades its old antlers until it hangs in bloody fragments, so that a new one gets the chance to grow. The deer also symbolizes the heavenly desire
The illustrations are inspired by stick-on shapes from Arnix’s childhood and the printed matters of Hendrik N. Werkman (1882-1945).