The photograph was made through a process of overhead projection of assemblages made by glass objects produced by casting and lampwork techniques. Printed on fine art paper Rag Photographique from Canson.
ABOUT THE WORK
Material: paper ,glass assemblage
The syndemic Covid-19 brought us to a new reality, that might endure for a long time.Routines of panic and uncertainty... Read More
The syndemic Covid-19 brought us to a new reality, that might endure for a long time.
Routines of panic and uncertainty , shorten of breath, vitamins and remedies and protection equipment.
The devastation of the forests brings diseases closer to the cities, the earth sickens and generates lack of food and health. Poverty is growing in a fast wave and most people have no means to pay for the high prices of medicines and treatments. We are slowly killing our selves and the world we are living in.
In the meanwhile virus, bacterias and parasites spread and mutate. In a fast rhythm never yet seen, almost as if we can see with bare eyes.
The world is going through "Mutation". We are changing the perception we have of the way we live and relate to each other. And a hope that will reflect in the political decisions that mould the world.
The photograph was made through a process of overhead projection of assemblages made by glass objects produced by
casting and lampwork techniques.
"Mutation" is a scene photography of the video art "Mutation" made for Arte Laguna Prize, and is part of the series.
It is the result of a research involving light, shadow and glass. The objects were made specifically for the photographic production. To capture
this third dimension that glass produces through the shadows, which sometimes is not present in the object it self. It adds a a volume
and a sense of Unheimlich. Famliar and strangeness.
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