archival pigment print on baryta paper mounted on dibond, plexiglass installations, light installations, variable dimensions, 2018/2019
In light art works, light is the main medium of expression—an art form in which either a sculpture of some form produces light, or where light is used to create a kind of disembodied sculptural presence through the manipulation of light, colors, and shadows. This series is an investigation into the possibility of photographic expression in the post-digital era. Inspired by the great masters of the past like Man Ray with his experimental techniques: Rayographies.
I decided in this project, not to use the camera but starting from a digital white module (like a sheet of photosensitive paper), using only the light spectrum to create volume and space, allowing light to have a physical presence.
"Disorientation and uncertainties permeates our time, we all are in constantly changing and we are all made of light."