In a ressemblance of Inca's (Peru's) heritage we look for present shapes, colors, light and shadow in a harmonic chromatic... Read More
In a ressemblance of Inca's (Peru's) heritage we look for present shapes, colors, light and shadow in a harmonic chromatic synthesis that emphasized colors frecuency events.
We enter a journey through color theory in lively kinetic artwork, where the observer has the main role.
Using a combination of geometric elements, of "artistic lights traps", of contrast lines that act as shadows, and of a few carefully selected and positioned colors, I entice communication between the piece and the spectator that changes with time of day and the position of the spectator. For example, how the proximity of black, purple, and yellow to a bright fucsia can echo oranges and blues that are absent in a piece. Isn't it magical?
I'm fascinated, and dedicated to bring movement and color to life through careful craftmanship and eloquent artistic performance.