The pursuit of more oxytocin in everyday life is generally reflected in the work of Ditte Ejlerskov. Dream Gradients is a series of large-scale duotone paintings that function as color therapy. The effects of this therapy were described as early as 1025 in Persian medicine, where colored light was used to balance a body's lack of energy – on a physical, emotional, spiritual and mental level.
Ejlerskov presents a very unique visual language, free from outside influences such as mainstream culture, politics, general negativity, fear and the expectation of appropriate input.
Her paintings are made up of many thin, almost transparent layers of painting and medium in which the various sounds vibrate and work through the layers. If the viewer stands very still for a few minutes and looks at the paintings, he or she will experience a transformation of the work. The two color poles merge to a new indefinable surface allowing the viewer's eye to rest.
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