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[...] The silks present themselves as the light counterpart of the heaviness and stillness of the stone, an archetype of nature, a symbol of quietness, strength, immutability and permanence. But still, in those delicate images it is intended that the rich and exuberant presence of those reborn rocks coexists with a somehow menacing and rarefied atmosphere. They embody a new presence but still the latent pulsion of decay and separation is in sight.

from the series Revival of the Stone (and The Mountains Where They Belonged) // Diptych
from the series Revival of the Stone (and The Mountains Where They Belonged)
122 x 183 cms. // 4 x 6 feet (each panel)
2015
from the series Revival of the Stone (and The Mountains Where They Belonged)
Digital photography on silk panel
122 x 183 cms. // 4 x 6 feet
2015
from the series Revival of the Stone (and The Mountains Where They Belonged)
Digital photography on silk panel
122 x 183 cms. // 4 x 6 feet
2015
from the series Revival of the Stone (and The Mountains Where They Belonged)
Digital Photography in silk panel
122 x 183 cms. // 4 x 6 feet
2014
from the series Revival of the Stone (and The Mountains Where They Belonged)
Digital photography on silk panel
122 x 183 cms. // 4 x 6 feet
2014
from the series Revival of the Stone (and The Mountains Where They Belonged)
Digital photography on silk panel
122 x 183 cms. // 4 x 6 feet
2015
from the series Revival of the Stone (and The Mountains Where They Belonged)
Digital photography on silk panel
122 x 183 cms. // 4 x 6 feet
2014