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ImMARccessible

In Inmarcesible, I seek to inhabit memory and oblivion from my personal archive. 

For three weeks, I placed ten objects in seawater that have been representative during my life. I let the sun and time transform its properties.

 

The project explores the fragility of memory. Even though there are objects that help to avoid oblivion, such us files and photographs, oblivion is inevitable. If the material does not degrade over time, perceptions and subjectivities eventually change memories.

Installation, sculpture.

Sea water, objects, fish tanks.

2017

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