Icelandic Trash III

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Two pictures of the serial Icelandic Trash.
An introspective point of view of Iceland.

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Icelandic Trash 7

Meant to be (and in fact, it is) one of the most fascinating nature destinations, Iceland finds itself full of old forgotten machinery. Some of it consider today monuments, some other maybe just left over there as it might be cheaper to let it stay as bring it back somewhere else and process it.

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Serial on going.
Pictures taken in 2011 and 2012.

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Icelandic Trash II

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Two pictures of the serial Icelandic Trash.
An introspective point of view of Iceland.

Icelandic Trash 4

Icelandic Trash 5

Meant to be (and in fact, it is) one of the most fascinating nature destinations, Iceland finds itself full of old forgotten machinery. Some of it consider today monuments, some other maybe just left over there as it might be cheaper to let it stay as bring it back somewhere else and process it.

Check Icelandic Trash Part I

Serial on going.
Pictures taken in 2011 and 2012.

Iceland: edges

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Two pictures of the serial about Iceland.
An introspective point of view of Iceland.

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Edges in Iceland are easier to realise from above. These two areal pictures show the natural edges and human artificial edges over the volcanic island. This was also my first approach and sight over Iceland. A sight and a moment hard to forget.

The red tone of shadows and lightings are the direct effect of the sunset on a week of “midnight sun”.

Serial on going.
Pictures taken in 2011.

Iceland: brightness

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Two pictures of the serial about Iceland.
An introspective point of view of Iceland.

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Light (and then, colour) are a main point to focus in Iceland. Here two pictures which analyses the brightness that some colours achieve on the Icelandic context. Even more curious the brightness of an already aged cord on the coast.  

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Pictures taken in 2011.

Salty-Sweet PopCorn

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Already in 2011, I got involved with media and social networks in order to publish and get people involved in artistic projects. Here my first try out under the directions of Anna Zwingl.

Salty-Sweet PopCorn

For many decades, films and documentaries have been speaking about natural disasters. Lately, a new tendency related to climate change has been raised. However, the attitude of human being remains untouched on an egoistic cycle of extreme consumption and waste. These facts are not only not helping our nature, but boosting the environmental damage.

Human beings are just remaining as a simple audience opposite a science-fiction film, not replying to the message that some directors or artists have tried to send, nor replying to a grotesque way of commercial- ising the catastrophe by Hollywood. Human beings are, generally, remaining as spectators.

My proposal is a participative installation where two boxes of popcorn are displayed. The first one, the salty one, contains white paper pop corns with statements about the environmental damage, try- ing to make a reflection on the topic. The second box, called the sweet one, is to be…

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Icelandic Trash

Image

Two pictures of the serial Icelandic Trash.
An introspective point of view of Iceland.

Icelandic Trash 3

Icelandic Trash 1

Meant to be (and in fact, it is) one of the most fascinating nature destinations, Iceland finds itself full of old forgotten machinery. Some of it consider today monuments, some other maybe just left over there as it might be cheaper to let it stay as bring it back somewhere else and process it.

Serial on going.
Pictures taken in 2011 and 2012.