Horizon Tautology is a collection of eight photographic incarnations of the same image done with a multiplicity of materials and techniques. The image is a landscape that represents the place where my parents grew up and where they still live. This landscape has also been the background for lots of my memories.
Whereas the repetition of the same image speaks of the recurring act of remembering this place, the different plastic solutions translate autobiographic situations, emotions and sensations that have shaped this memory over time.
This collection is visually linked by the horizon line, articulating a final organic composition containing a multiplicity of shapes, textures, colours and thickness. Altogether, these ten pieces suggest that particular ways of remembering form the general puzzle of memory.
Mixed Media.225 x 45 cms.
Gallery FUMI, London. (September 2020 - January 2021)