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Neon 2012

Neon is a structure made up of a wooden frame (240 x 120 cm) with lights powered by a generator set within its inner perimeter. It is designed to be folded on itself and easily portable. This project is a research into the subject and the composition of the image with references to the painter’s canvas. The content inscribed in the structure tends towards abstraction. Neon has been installed in different landscapes and photographed in total darkness at night, illuminating the scene.


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BackPack 2010

BackPack is a rectangular folding photographer’s studio made of wood and cardboard (120x120x240 cm). It can be strapped on like a backpack and then assembled quickly on the ground with screws and adhesive tape. The structure lacks a base, so that part of the landscape can be inscribed inside it, remaining unchanged. The light spreads through a window of white paper, and the walls are painted black. The subjects of this series, set in the Joshua Tree National Park in California, become still lifes, portrayed as if they were in a photographer’s studio.