Lumen prints, anthotypes, digital images, objects and family photo-archive, 2019
Getting involved with a personal archive full of memories has been a time of crisis in my current production. It is also an open window to continue my ongoing research about Object-oriented ontology, which deals with the irreducibility of objects to their relationships. I decided to question my role as a woman, answer specific questions that society has asked me and give an answer without hesitation, which is coded and decoded with each photographic piece proposed. For this reason, the work stays in a fictional space between possible narratives and pure abstraction made with Chemigrams and Lumen prints.
The transforming act of being subject to become an object when photographed gives way to my explorations, looking for abandoned images and linking them between questions and choices that began before my existence.