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Brief Shape Conceptual. A blank sheet of paper is always a blind moment full of uncertainties facing a story to be revealed. A non-sound. I explore the sculptural quality of a silk paper, illuminated by the sunlight when casting shadows unveiling its volumetry. Sketches that go from a paper ball to shapes with imaginary contents. For this project I work with an hybrid development processes as a result of my thought about how an empty contentless paper is able to acquire more presence through form and materialisation in parallel. "Every act of perception is an attempt to impose order "..*John Yorke Size : 30 x 42 cm. 2018 . Ed x 10 Digital Photography Gelatin silver print. It is suggested to be framed with Paspartú 10cm Aluminium coated framed: 50 x 62 cm
Photography Print:Digital on Paper
Artist Produced Limited Edition of:10
Size:11.8 W x 16.5 H x 0 D in
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I majored in Industrial Design and learned photography at the same time. Materials and forms have always been tools to highlight concepts in their symbolic presence. My passion for photography led me to attend art workshops and residency programs, experimenting with alternative techniques and creative processes such as collage, textiles, paint, or others. I think the image through the poetic and political potential that arises from observation. Deeply curious about regimes of representation to question things while suggesting diverse interpretations. Another line of inquiry in my practice is the voyage. The condition of foreignness and displacement is a source of inspiration. I am interested in the discrepancy between what we see and what we know, where these qualities contradict and coexist simultaneously. Combining artificial and natural elements I seek to question our patterned beliefs and therefore, arrive at new meaning. How does the way we live the city influence our environment? Are we prisoners of our own beliefs? What is the relationship between the visible and not visible, or between religion and spirituality? I hope these questions that come out from my works evolve into new levels of reflection, to revise how we perceive reality.
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