oct./nov. 2015: exhibited at carmel visual arts / california (usa) for 'grotteschi - exploring hieronymus bosch'
The ‚rebellious angel’ refers to the garden of eden in the ‚haywain triptych’ [by Hieronymus Bosch] where "we watch [the] evil invading the world. The creation of Eve is followed by the temptation of Adam and both are driven out of paradise, while high above in the sky we see the fall of the rebellious angels, who are hurled from heaven as a swarm of repulsive insects. [...] Perhaps Hieronymus Bosch could have written on one of his paintings of Hell what Jan van Eyck wrote on his peaceful scene of the Arnolfinis' betrothal: 'I was there' (E.H. Gombrich: The Story of Art)."