CARBONO
 

In this series I explore the process of tearing up two-dimensionality through the breakdown of matter.
A cluster of hot embers of coal are placed randomly over common plywood sheathing slowly disintegrating the material and revealing an interstitial space between multiple dimensions. There is no action other than time and fire and no other materials than burnt wood over wood.

 

These resulting “blackscapes” can be interpreted in terms of light and architecture, as a sense of place or

in-between space to be entered.

HECATOMBE
2022
244 x 244 cm (96 x 96 inches)
Graphite, Charcoal, polyurethane on maple plywood

ASHES
2022
244 x 244 cm (96 x 96 inches)
Charcoal, polyurethane on maple plywood

EN LA SOLEDAD NOS ENCONTRAMOS
Colaboration with Douglas Diaz

2022
244 x 244 cm (96 x 96 inches)
Graphite, charcoal, acrylic paint, polyurethane on plywood

EVERYTHING IS ALL ME
Colaboration with Douglas Diaz

2022
244 x 244 cm (96 x 96 inches)
Graphite, charcoal, acrylic paint, polyurethane on plywood

In the depths of me, you
In the depths of you, eternity
In the understanding of everything
It is all me.

EVIDENCE OF THINGS UNSEEN AND UNSAID
Colaboration with Douglas Diaz

2022
244 x 484 cm (96 x 192 inches)
Graphite, charcoal, acrylic paint, polyurethane on plywood

CARBONO
2021
244 x 244 cm (96 x 96 inches)
Charred Maple plywood