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  • Memory sceneries

    Sculptural installations composed by a metallic structure and a projection. One of the photographs inspiring each piece is projected over itself, which interferes with the shade of the structure, acting both elements as a whole. The image wraps the spectator who plays with his own shadow in the imaginary space created, drawing him into the work itself. These places are ephemeral and timeless and arouses in us resonance of already lived experiences. The spectator’s memory links partial images referred to widely known archetypes. A series of visual remembrances take place, making us participants of foreign places and cultures, that already form part of our own cultural heritage. The architectural language as a reflection of human needs, not only of livability but regarding also aesthetics and metaphysics concerns. The image used as raw matter. Text from the cataloge of "Memory sceneries" exhibition