In my research space is investigated through my own sculptural practice together with a more theoretical study on nowdays’ terrestrial... Read More
In my research space is investigated through my own sculptural practice together with a more theoretical study on nowdays’ terrestrial superstructures built for human hyper-consumption, how humans are using space and above all which consequences this unconscious production, together with a saturation of places with our architectures and objects, bring to our daily lives.
This installation called Epidermis wants to create a common micro-environment where my hybrid, broken subjects can meet and exist together. This work is a very personal vision on how our contemporary landscapes are changing and how living being are changing with them. The work was mostly lead by a book called Hyperobjects , the very important center of the study of the contemporary philosopher and professor Timothy Morton, defined in this way in his homonymous book;
I do not access hyperobjects across a distance, through some transparent medium. Hyperobjects are here, right here in my social and experiential space. Like faces pressed against a window, they leer at me menacingly: their very nearness is what menaces. The more I struggle to understand hyperobjects, the more I discover that I am stuck to them. They are all over me. They are me.
These entities are incredibly vast and seemingly incomprehensible, but with my work I try to make them become a visual, walkable experience.