at a very specific time of social distance and digital network, it is the walls that we have to live with on a daily basis.
‘walls’ consists of a set of rhythmic graphics that mix the matter with its own projection. the shadows blend with the design of the material that stands out on a white plaster cloth. wires and nets, in plastic, aluminum, iron or copper mix with their own cast shadow and create an intense perception of overlaps.
the result is a set of graphisms that fill the space, a kind of diary of the dark moments on the walls. each shadow makes us travel to an unknown world, where ambiguity reigns and definition does not exist. a world where contact is neither direct nor touchable. everything can be what we want without really being anything but a shadow of something entirely unknown.