Anthropometry of a stone throw (or Shadow as substrate)

Corten steel, carbon on wood, cord and slate
100 x 180 x 12 cm
2014

The approach to anthropometry and the measurements of my body as a constructive and compositional criterion are a perennial issue in my work. A criterion that arises from the idea that the landscape only exists through the eye, since without a human gaze only sites exist. And if the landscape is constructed through the human gaze it means that I can only observe and understand it regarding my own scale, regarding my own body. The contemplation of the landscape is, therefore, an embodied experience that makes us permeable to the territory. This is how we perceive and measure the world and how we begin to make it apprehensible.