Filtering Reality
June 2017 - Domaine de Boisbuchet, France

Filtering Reality is an installation that reflects my interest in basic geometric forms.
It represents a human, both ethereal and tangible, unexpected sign that could dialogue with the inhabited natural environment.
Located in a dense French wood, it emphasizes the multiplicity of viewpoints and the diversity of potential visual compositions in that space; while freezing some of these perspectives it creates vantage points that would allow the sense of discovery and exploration as well as a focus on particular natural details.
The stillness of these “floating” frames, together with the movement of the leaves and the undergrowth, the sound of the wind, the thickness of the heavy rain; all these elements were, at the same time, integrated in the nature and totally in contrast with it.


Filtering Reality #1
AER Art for the Environment International Artist Residency
wood, nylon line, white paint, dimensions variable

 
 
 

Filtering Reality#2
AER Art for the Environment International Artist Residency
wood, nylon line, pink spray paint, dimensions variable