Can you hear me? I don’t see you / horizon’s drawings ongoing

 

How many angel can dance on a tip of a needle? (diptych), ink on paper, 29,7×21 cm, 2019 (private collection)

 

Marking the horizon is the first trace to be laid in order to imagine space; especially in situations of instability such as on the high seas it is important to have instruments capable of offering us a horizon, even if fictitious, to maintain the course and a certain security.

Theses diptychs are a series of infinitely repeated horizons, a biphasic free-fall vision, the drawing was carried out on a single sheet subsequently divided in half, stressing the pause, to obtain an echo of impossible views.

horizons in free fall (diptych), ink on paper, 29,7×21 cm each, 2019

 

 

Looking for your green flash, pencil and colored pencil on wall, 2019, Josedelafuente Gallery, Santander
Looking for your green flash, pencil and colored pencil on wall, 2019, Josedelafuente Gallery, Santander (detail)

 

 

 

Apophenia 26, acrylic on paper, 70×50 cm, 2018 (private collection)
Apophenia 25, acrylic on paper, 70×50 cm, 2018 (private collection)
Apophenia 24, acrylic on paper, 70×50 cm, 2018 (private collection)
Apophenia 23, acrylic on paper, 70×50 cm, 2018 (private collection)

 

 

Can you hear me? I don’t see you, ink on wall, 260×200 cm,  Hockney Gallery, Royal College of Art, 2018, London, Uk

 

Can you hear me? I don’t see you, detail

 

Can you hear me? I don’t see you, installation view, Hockney Gallery, Royal College of Art, 2018, London, Uk