Aline Weber in “Introspection” by Txema Yeste for Tush Magazine, Fall 2013
Posted Jun 04, 2016
Aline Weber breaks the mold in the conceptual cover-story ‘Introspection’ by Txema Yeste for Tush Magazine, Fall 2013. Like a lover leaving the remnants of his passion behind. The power of Yeste’s work lingers on the senses, Just Like a Kiss. Part person part piece of art, Aline plays a statue caught by the hands of human emotion, as she struggles to break free from her stony exterior. Soul-searching imagery dares to explore the deeper issues of human existence. Profoundly thought-provoking, this contemplative creation muses on the meaning of life. More on the side of modern art, (stylist) Bernat Buscato forces the hand of high fashion. Proving that couture doesn’t just dress-up the set, it gives the story wings. Still covered in clay, behold the avant-garde artistry of Tyron Machhausen, using creative makeup to will this beauty to life. Powerful, poetic, reflective and real Yeste implements innovative elements of reversal to reflect back on us our own existential truth. Through the review mirror of life I watch you slowly fade away, until you’re part of the patchwork of my mind. Beauty becomes a faded memory woven into the pattern of pain that has become my brain.