On an arena of dry red sand, parched in the sun, black and red lines fight it out in a knotted, violent embrace, spiralling around an indistinct black hole. Gradually, shapes appear from among the mass of lines: part of a hand and thumb, a breast, torso, beak-like lips, a skull, an embrace, and, over a muscular right shoulder, a bull’s head watches over the scene, the sun bursting out of his eye.
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