Orientation to the object

“Orientation to the object” is a body of photographic work, which investigates the relationship between the object and the machine by analogue-digital collapse, leaving aside the human being. The quest for the object-oriented ontology inspired by Heidegger and coined by Harman radicalizes the work that is involved in an unreal context.
With the use of a photographic scanner to intentionally manipulate the analogue negative, I have found ranges of colours that interrupt the image with objects that are allowed to capture and achieve a reality beyond the anthropocentric understanding, this new meaning does not include a proposal but an upcoming reality.

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