Mar viento óxido y tiempo (Chillida) 2015 (Made it with mobile phone)
A personal project as a result of the fascination that I feel for the relationship between the natural and the human, in this case a study of confluence with the works of Chillida: the comb of the wind. Located at one end of the Bay of La Concha, the end of Ondarreta beach, where: sea, wind, rocks and steel cut. The interaction of these elements in a deep union generates a trace of rust which I believe.
A search by way of return to the origin of what is creating: treasuring the human inherence of the symbolic sublimation. In this project as a result of the convergence between the natural features characteristic of a space where cohexiste wildness on the border with the civilised and human interpretation through art, distilled in a common object: a metaphor of what is essential.
The Allegory of a moment of romanticista feeling, the experience of contemplation as elementary cataris transmutes into an exploration and approach to a place through the visual poetry.
Photography is subject to document the process: as I pick up that trail of oxide which degotea on the stone of the promenade and transformed it into an artistic object using something as simple as a handkerchief. Images product of pure inspiration, this search for a quality ancient that gave me the comb of the wind, the waves and the wind. Hence its form of visual poem.
Through the succession of images is the object as last artistic medium, which condenses and collects the personal experiences as a demonstration of the footprint, the pace and action of time and the elements that are in light capacity to be described. The last image is the picture of the final object that must be exposed.