The impermanence of things - Limited Edition 1 of 1 Photograph by Luz Perez-Ojeda

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Photography: Lenticular, Digital, digital collage on Other.

My work is a combination of different photos, images, videos and vectors which I digitally work and assemble on the computer. This mixed media takes shape with The lenticular print technique and creates a final dynamic and kinetic image.
In my artistic activity i often call on to other professionals to attend me in the very technical aspect of my art and work jointly with them, in the photography, in the videos, in the vectorial Graphics, in the lenticular printing
My favorite artistic subject is often the female character who embodies my creative ideas in an allegorical form. Most of the portraits that I create are a mix of several photos on my computer; I create a new, nonexisting person and construct a narrative out of it. In addition to creating and composing thematic artworks, I also take portraits in my small studio of models that I use. I have had an activity of portrait studio photography for many years.
I find gears and cogs asthetically pleasing
The mechanical gears and moving parts inside the woman symbolize the thought and the process of the brain. It represents a "gear" being part of the internals of a system, and adjusting the different cogs will change the behavior of the machine/ the person.
Gears, to me, symbolize functionality, and working in conjunction. A gear alone is useless, but when paired with others they can create all sorts of machinery.




The impermanence of things - Limited Edition 1 of 1

Luz Perez-Ojeda



Size: 46.9 W x 39.4 H x 1.6 in

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