Simple and everyday scenes. Interested in what is reflected, in shiny materials and surfaces because they are good reflectors of visible light. Immediacy, intangibility, impermanence; perceived consciously.
I also like water.
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Upcoming: “It Narratives: The Movement of Objects as Information” at Franklin Street Works. Curated by Brian Droitcour and Zanna Gilbert. From September 6 to November 9; public reception on Saturday, September 13 from 5:00 – 8:00 pm My project Water from the Mediterranean Sea in Stamford will be exhibited.
Sprinklers Providing Irrigation to Vegetation, 2014 (Bio), 2014 500letters.org generated a biography for me. I did some changes though.
The Tree is Looking at the Dead Tree that Turned Into a Window, 2013 (from the series “Because Beauty Is Everywhere”)
H2O direction, 2014 Occidental El Embajador Hotel, room 351, 2013 NOW, 2010-2013 Sand-Tech, 2013 From iOS to Romanticism, 2012 (ongoing). The zoom of my iPhone 4S created a painterly finish. Original image, not edited.
I’m the founder and curator of MADERAPATIO a web/blog art magazine which particularly looks for the non-standard and the irregular, the bruised, subverted and shameless, the arbitrary processes and altered practices. Just because there’s something deeply honest in all that. And I’ve produced other projects as an Art Director and Graphic Designer :)
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