oil and acrylic on canvas (240 x 160 cm) complemented by a video projection designed to respond to the colors by creating the illusion of movement on the painting.oil and acrylic on canvas (240 x 160 cm) complemented by a video projection designed to respond to the colors by creating the illusion of movement on the painting.

Relax beach & Farwest

These two installations are a combination of painting, video projection and sound. The projection overlaps the paintings in order to provide a vibrant optical illusion that evokes the contemporary vision of the much-desired paradise island. The spectator, comfortably seated on a beach chair, sits in front of this seductive and warm vision accompanied by soft Caribbean music. It is a dance between illusion and reality.

detail “Relax Beach”
Painting, oil and acrylic on canvas (440 x 140 cm).complemented by a video projection designed to respond to the colors by creating the illusion of movement on the canvas. All accompanied by a Caribbean melody and the sound of the sea.

Farwest, a large-format triptych, depicts a silhouette of a woman in a room observing the tropical landscape on the horizon. At first glance, this technique appears to be very realistic, but the more you interact with the image, the more your attention shifts away from the silhouette of a woman in the foreground to the landscape on the horizon. By plunging into the landscape in the background, we realize that its texture is fragmented like a pixelated mosaic. By superimposing a moving video on a painted landscape, optical games form a sort of visual illusion that pushes both the woman and the viewer towards a virtual and digital horizon.

This shows the call of an unknown and unexplored land, exotic and tropical. It is the vision of a new digital world, an unlimited horizon, and an image that carries within it the utopia and the vision of the future.

The only immutable element of the image seems to be the young woman’s pregnancy. It is an ancestral call, unviolated by the illusions of time, which leads us to reflect on the present and future reality.

detail “Far West”