STATIONS OF THE CROSS

The shape of the cross is extremely graphic. Ever since ancient times, the cross has been like a modern graffiti, so simple and pure that one can easily identify it thanks to the intersection of two or more lines. It indicates a path, remaining a symbol of direction. Because of their similar shapes, one may associate crosses with poles or gallows. This uncanny resemblance can give the cross a new meaning, a new status. One may then perceive the moral torture, tormentors, and ordeals, which are a long way off what the cross first represented: the junction between different paths.

 

Crochet/re-used dyed thread, golden lurex thread

3/3 cm squares,

L9 x H7= 63 squares

23 x 30 cm box

2019

Croix d'Anjou ou de Lorraine
Croix d'Anjou ou de Lorraine
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croix de st André
croix de st André
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Croix de Jérusalem
Croix de Jérusalem
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crois Grecque
crois Grecque
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Gamma cross
Gamma cross
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Croix de saint Pierre
Croix de saint Pierre
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