I'm obsessed with networks, links and relationships. Links across time and space but specially the ones we create as social beings: Parenthood, love, friendship.
How can I reflect in a visual piece the deep relationship with my family? my answer is to transform photographs in networks of lines and points, employing Processing to build Voronoi graphs based in the difference in brightness intrinsical to each image.
Long time without post anything related directly with design. Maybe it’s that I’vefocused deeply in my photographic work or maybe it’s just that design have became a boring place to run through.
In any case, I’m sick, in bed. That always put images of hospitals and chemistry mad scientists in my mind; yes I’m a grown up Calvin.
I suppose I'm like a cat chasing his own tail. I'm always going back to the same themes: City, family, memory, stereotypes... and over and over my explorations deal with the same fundamental questions (fundamental for me at least).
These two images are from that eternal circle.
The eternal portrait of my step bro and the "trompos" of his collection.
Part of my ongoing project in which I reproduce photographs from my family album employing historic processes like Salt print or gum bichromate.
These two images are one update to the post Shadow of the self… Blood is thicker than… process. I've added a layer of gum print and then again another of salt print over it.
Memory is something so diffuse for me: people, places even situations from a couple of years backward are in the middle of a mist for me.