Color has the main role in our work.
Its transformation in space, beyond form and support, is what inspires our research. Is it possible to experience a shape, an emotion, a surprise, through color?
Finding answers to this question leads us to present shapes, colors, lights and shadows in pleasant chromatic synthesis,
In this series, we begin an investigation on some elements of Inca Culture, which have led us to generate dynamics around the shape and manage of color.
We employ familiar geometric figures, delicate "light traps," contrasting lines, and carefully placed colors, which encourage interaction between the work and its viewer throughout the day.
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.