I am obsessed with the idea of depicting visual reality in a way that comes closer to how I truly experience it.
I ask myself if visual reality evolves through time and space, why should the image of that reality remain still and flat?
I feel that the depicting potential of the image is undermined by the restrictions imposed by the flat canvas and geometric perspective systems.
I WANT TO SET THE IMAGE FREE TO ACHIEVE ITS FULL DEPICTIVE POTENTIAL
Since I started using digital technologies like 3D modelling software, and Virtual Reality, I realised that, inside these environments, the image becomes malleable matter, a new material full of visual ingredients.
I give shape to this malleable element by exploring the architecture of spatial metaphors e.g. the tunnel, the cave, and the landscape. The end result is a 3-dimensional piece full of visual information. I call it META-IMAGE.
Sometimes I leave the META-IMAGE as it is, other times I materialize it through 3D printing and/or sculpture and finish it using traditional media i.e. painting, drawing, and black & white photography.
At the moment, I am also using photogrammetry to build 3D models of the final piece, and then navigate them through Virtual Reality.