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Photography: Color on Paper.
These works are visual studies with photographs of objects whose approaches forge the interpretation towards a sinuous (daring) look, skipping the limits of interpretation and where the visual idea is another, and much more different from the represented object. I usually do macro approaches, very close to the details that I am interested in exploring, using semi-professional cameras or the camera of my Android phone. My objects are often fruits and the folds of my body, such as my hands, among others.
This idea came up when I accidentally took a picture of my hand with my Android phone, I quickly checked that the sinuous elements of the folds were very interesting, then it was when I decided the subject of the sinuous looks. This is a continuation of my series of "Sinuosities" that I started in 2015, in which I experimented with photographs of paprika still lifes and drawings on paper (check my collection on SaatchiArt.com), but here my concept is more procesual. For me, it is fantastic to develop these ideas about Sinuosities of the human body because we experience a very different perception of reality. In a sinuous image, there is a tendency to rethink the vision and interpretation of the observer, due to the formal and spatial associations of others that our brain keeps in memory. This series allows me to expose that ambiguous character of our thoughts since it raises the reality of human vision, a vision full of folds, ambiguous and anachronistic concavities of the real. My images are not printed on photographic paper; if the collector wishes, he can request the physical impression.
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