This series of works are born from the aesthetic research on the pre-hispanic heritage of Peru, the Incas . Their... Read More
This series of works are born from the aesthetic research on the pre-hispanic heritage of Peru, the Incas . Their techniques for metallurgy and textiles inspired this Series.
The Inca's dominated geometry, symmetry and color. They worked in harmony with mother earth to obtain raw materials. They were diligent craftsmen and had a refined taste for aesthetics.
The objective is to present kineticisms with a more demanding craftsmanship, where the line is thinner, increasing the frequency of chromatic events under simple geometric figures that simulate the ancestral textile interweaving, using more contemporary color palette, and where certain dynamics of geometric volumes allow captivating vibrations.
This culture suggests an advanced study of man with his environment, which is evidenced in several fields like the astronomical and/or seasonal management of agricultural processes and domestication of nature.