Material: Screenprinting monotype and digital print with reactive inks on cotton and silk fabric
This work is an essay on fault. A fault can refer to a space, an emptiness and at the same... Read More
This work is an essay on fault. A fault can refer to a space, an emptiness and at the same time a human characteristic. From the faults we see in the earths crust, reflected onto the buildings between cracks created by time, to the flaws that co-exist in ourselves.
But for everything we can look with different perspectives. This work is presented in two layers, which I invite the viewer to see from different perspectives as one does to themself. One of the layers is manual and the other digital, comparing these two realities.
Each work of this series represents a state of the process of reflection on the human flaw. In this case, it's separation - recognition of the flaw.