From Greek “inactive”
An ancient photographic technique is used to question the process of vision and the attempt to represent the surrounding world. The canvas painted with photosensitive cyanotype emulsion is placed in contact with a tree and left exposed to sunlight and atmospheric agents for a day and a night, as a kind of cast that reveals the passage of time and the transformation of matter. The canvas remains unfixed, thus continuing to change color over time, as a living surface with its autonomy.
The attempt of representation dissolves in the chase of something fleeting in the gap between reality that is denied to us and our projection of it.