Currently I am all about flexibility tracking and have interest in the flesh and gesture - constructive visual details in so many forms of art. A basic principle is the relating of contrasting elements. In search of simple and modest but yet bright lines and frames, the focus is easily directed into the fragile and delicate; to the emotion, to the radiance.
The use of naturalistic elements or widespread surroundings and objects contributes to the subconscious compulsive readability and shortens the distance between the work and viewer. I try to bring to foreground the very details of the image, such as manner, frivolous behavior, demonstrated self-soothe and self-esteem and their role as image contributors in a physically temporary protected position (in this case fortified with a second layer of skin). The visual field is experimental and it's aiming at considering a focus on how these details relate to the conditions of perception, not on whether they are statistically found attractive.
The presentation of this project is in the form of photographs arranged in a dark cardboard hanging on a wall with gray stucco. Images were captured on tape by an analogue camera but because of the light color editing they we're supposed to undergo they were processed again on a glossy photo paper with standard photo size 5 x 7" (12 x 18cm) forming a composition combined with text about behaviour on the panel and has direct lightning doubling the lightning effect from the images.
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