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Galactic Cannibalism
Artist's description:
Interaction is inevitable, it is an essential part of life… When two galaxies meet, their gravitational forces interact and start pulling each other. The larger galaxy “eats up” the smaller one. The result of this collision is the birth of a bigger and stronger galaxy. In the newborn galaxy, stars and planets are created. The miracle of life is the reincarnation.

Scientists say that our galaxy (Milky Way) is going to collide with Andromeda (our closest galaxy) and that galactic cannibalism is inevitable. Fortunately for us, we still have billions of years ahead of this moment.
Now we may observe this as a horrible future that is about to come, death and destruction to everything we know! In the same way, we look at the wildfires, overfishing the oceans or wars among people. 

If we take a look at the human body we will find that microorganisms are constantly killing each other, and if that was not so - our bodies wouldn’t be healthy. What we consider chaos from one point of view, from another standpoint is perfect harmony. 
In the same way, galactic cannibalism may seem like chaos, or as harmony - it depends on your viewpoint. Which point of view will you use?
Dimensions: 42 x 29.7 x 0.1 cm (16.5 x 11.7 x 0.04 in)
Materials: Watercolors on paper
Date and place of creation: 2017, Barcelona (Spain)
Signature: The painting is signed on the back and comes with a signed certificate of authenticity. The painting can be signed on the front if the buyer insists and only if it mentioned upon purchasing.
Framing: This artwork is sold unframed
Packaging: Fully protected artwork in a reinforced tube
Shipping: Within 7 days from Barcelona, Spain (with online tracking)
Price: 198€ + shipping
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