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His work explores a constant interplay of superimpositions, disappearances and shifts in meaning. Through his works, which are based on personal quotations, he meditates on the perception of an increasingly uncertain identity, the vulnerability of human singularity and the collective unconscious. This is why Coser's work navigates between oppositions: truth and fiction, affirmation and negation, calm and anxiety come together in his paintings, creating a complex comparison that serves as a metaphor for the human soul. His works straddle the line between figuration and abstraction, where forms, first painted and then veiled, emerge like silhouettes suspended in silence. What emerges is a sense of strangeness and mystery, and an anxiety that reflects contemporary ‘post-truth’ society.

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