Photography printed on matte paper mounted on 3 mm alu-dibond and matte lamination. Water-based pigment ink.

Unique work / 70 × 46.67 cm / 2022


I heard this phrase said to someone on the phone somewhere. I don’t remember if it was on the street or in the nature, however, I guess it must be what plants and animals must think when they see humans approaching to them.

[…] On the contrary, this concept defines a conscious and collective reflection and responsibility, which invites us to reduce the frenetic pace of mass production and consumption from a position of environmental justice. It is about creating possibilities of attention and care, in a context of crisis of exploitation of natural resources and of human and non-human lives.

Excerpt from the thext Grasshopper, landscape, collapse and camouflage by Gloria L. Cleries