The work focuses on photography as an object in continuous transformation, in which it is not possible to define an absolute perceptual reality.
The photograph of a landscape, printed in a darkroom, has been manipulated by drawing graphite on its surface several times. Each intervention was photographed and later deleted or modified by other signs.
It’s the discovery of a potentially infinite number of possibilities that reveal themselves on the surface/object of the printed photograph.
The images obtained in each passage have been superimposed in three video channels creating moving images, usable inside a wooden viewer (painted externally with a not fixed cyanotype photosensitive emulsion in case of “Wave Recon I”. The external intervention with cyanotype paint takes up the concept of image transformation, being the viewer sensitive to light and therefore in continuous change).
The attempt to reveal a physical form dissolves into perceptual disorientation in which the reality of the image is questioned.