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Chevron 67x100cm Photography in Cotton Paper with Gold Foil Vinyl 2011 1/3 Falácia 67x100cm Photography in Cotton Paper with Gold Foil Vinyl 201… Read More
Chevron 67x100cm Photography in Cotton Paper with Gold Foil Vinyl 2011 1/3 Falácia 67x100cm Photography in Cotton Paper with Gold Foil Vinyl 2011 1/3 This is an off-gallery exhibition with Invisible Energy as a theme, put together by a Ricardo Gaioso (a gallery curator) and Camilla D’Anunziata (a creative director), both from São Paulo, Brazil. As a child, I was amazed when I discovered that lemons could generate electricity. I thought that would be a nice starting reference point considering the theme of this show, and also because it provided an opportunity to play with scale and point of view, considering the potential parallels to our world and how we choose to construct its meaning. I created two images using miniatures as props that were printed in cotton paper 100x67cm, both images have a gold graphic interference on top that works as a veil and makes the image more or less visible forcing the viewer to adjust the point of view. The darker image, "Chevron", critiques a recent oil spin in Brazilian oceans while the brighter image, "Falácia" (Fallacy), subversively presents a shrine where one can pray for help in a world that people still kills and discriminates in name of religion. Read Less
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Chevron
67x100cm
Photography in Cotton Paper with Gold Foil Vinyl
2011
1/3

Falácia
67x100cm
Photography in Cotton Paper with Gold Foil Vinyl
2011
1/3


This is an off-gallery exhibition with Invisible Energy as a theme, put together by a Ricardo Gaioso (a gallery curator) and Camilla D’Anunziata (a creative director), both from São Paulo, Brazil.

As a child, I was amazed when I discovered that lemons could generate electricity. I thought that would be a nice starting reference point considering the theme of this show, and also because it provided an opportunity to play with scale and point of view, considering the potential parallels to our world and how we choose to construct its meaning. I created two images using miniatures as props that were printed in cotton paper 100x67cm, both images have a gold graphic interference on top that works as a veil and makes the image more or less visible forcing the viewer to adjust the point of view. The darker image, "Chevron", critiques a recent oil spin in Brazilian oceans while the brighter image, "Falácia" (Fallacy), subversively presents a shrine where one can pray for help in a world that people still kills and discriminates in name of religion.