Artist Book / Madrid / Site specific artist book created using the sea flooring and water from the Schlei fjord in northern Germany as a result of the Arnis Residency. Book cover made out of used sail material. August 2019 / 20 pages / 15 x 21 cm
Artist Book / Madrid / ESKHARA is an artist book that seeks to give visibility to the transparency of glass through illustrations created with glass on sandpaper. Glass architecture is an element that has played a leading role in the contemporary construction that ultimately symbolize the capitalist culture that ultimately leads to the depopulation of rural areas and the exploitation of the environment. The book intends to question the vestiges inserted in our society and landscape by the skyline of developing cities. March 2019/ 13 pages / 23 x 30 cm / Sandpaper
MOON DRAWINGS (2018)
Self Published Photo Book / Madrid /The publicationexplorers the unproven claim of the Aether, one of the classical natural elements that theoretically allows celestial light to be perceived. These drawings were made by mixing camera movements and moonlight as a way to record and freeze this luminiferous journey made from the heavenly body. The transparency of the paper highlights the invisible existence of this “all-surrounding” type of matter The drawings attempt to illustrate this astronomical phenomenon of aberration of light, in which galactic light appears to be in movement in accordance to the viewer. August 2017/ 36 pages / Japanese Bookbinding / 14.8 x 21 cm / Tracing paper
Publication / PhotoEspaña Photo Book Award self published finalist / Madrid / Architectural photography digitally manipulated, dissected, multiplied and layered to create a monochromatic chaotic order, from which selected sections are magnified to explore its pixel’s micro configurations. It attempts to imagine a “molecular architecture” at an image’s end, beyond the pixel.
Nexofoto 16 Portfolio Award finalist / Madrid / Trama assembles double exposed images to extrapolate what makes for the architectural matrix of time and space by composing patterns that resonate and compare with textile construction motifs.