Dates2019 - 2019
- Topics Archive, Fine Art, Landscape
Jorge represents a new imaginary that recreates the family archive, memory, and the relationship with nature
This series emerges from an aesthetic's nexus that respond to nature elements seeing on my grandfather's road trip photo diaries. Since I was a child, I have felt a strong connection to these images. I decided to create new compositions in which the resulting images are displayed alongside textures and patterns from nature and landscapes.This new imagery intervenes and aesthetically recreates the family archive, memory, and the relationship with nature, giving a new meaning to the concept of family.
In 2022 I self-published "Jorge" under the photo fanzine format, specifying an edition of 36 copies, with the independent publisher The Third. You can have a look here.