These photographs stage a war of molecular defences by modelling deflated plastic surfaces - anonymous super-ethereal surfaces maybe - to build a morphology between the living and the dead. There is an impeneterability consisting of the lightness between function and dysfunction, necessarily involving co-resistances and transitory natures. By mimicking the space of molecular structure and its colour, the works imitate the movement and scale of human surfaces, of stretches, exfoliations and irruptions. Their immanence occurs at an intimate level.
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