Paola Epifani's Enigmatic Labyrinthine Statues

By: lourdes sanchez bayas - Published: Feb 16, 2009   Updated: Aug 18 2011 • References: telemarket and acidolatte.blogspot
These enigmatic but engaging figures were created by Italian sculptor Paola Epifani.

More commonly known as Rabarama, Epifani creates whimsical but colorful and trippy sculptures with a pensive detachment topped with patterns that are loaded with symbolism such as puzzles, mazes and spirals.

I won't claim to understand the meaning of Rabarama's work. All I can say is that I love the vibrant colors and the seductive and mysterious insouciance of these sculptures.

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