Tania Berta Judith tackles the arcane “The Emperor”, always related to power and authority, as a synonym of the patriarchal father. Using the myth of the death of King Minos, she exorcises his figure leaving behind an austere throne and his mantle, full of bees. In the same way that Daedalus helps Ariadne and Theseus to get out of the labyrinth by means of the thread, he finds in this same tool the solution to the Cretan king’s riddle. In this way he gives himself to his quest and can finally finish it.
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Tania Berta Judith
Graduated in Illustration at the Massana School of Art and Design in Barcelona, and graduated in the Art Direction Course at the European Institute of Design in Madrid, she has worked for years in the field of illustration, graphic design and audiovisual art direction.Discover more