unfolded #1 – #7

3-hic-sunt-dracones-lrUnfolded #3 (hic sunt dracones), 2014

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Unfolded #5, 2014

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Unfolded #4, 2014

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Unfolded #1, 2014

2-unfolded-lrUnfolded #2, 2014

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Unfolded #6, 2014

installion-lower-lower-gulbenkian-banking-galleryInstallation part I, 2014, Lower Gulbenkian Banking Gallery, Royal College of Art

installation-part2-lower-lower-gulbenkian-banking-galleryInstallation part II, 2014, Lower Gulbenkian Banking Gallery, Royal College of Art

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Looking at landscapes, a journey to terra incognita

When I arrived in London, I did not have access to the English countryside. Therefore, my only experience of British nature was when I looked at paintings of old masters such as Constable, Turner and Gainsborough. Fascinated by the timelessness, the acuteness and beauty of the paintings, I started to draw parts of those while imagining the canvas as a window leading to an unknown world.

 

Unfolded #1 – #7, 2014
digital print on Hahnemühle German etching paper 310 gm2
size between 100 – 120 x 70 – 90 cm