39 x 29 x 4 cm.
Graphite and oil on wood.
In this series of sculptures I work with concepts such as temperature, conservation and patina through a voluntarily ascetic strategy that uses a mathematical rhetoric and a transcendent nebulousness that swims between the tangible and the ethereal.
This work proposes a crossover game. On the one hand, there is a mention of the martyrdom of the patroness of sight: Lucia of Syracuse, to whom, according to the Latin tradition, her eyes were taken out. And on the other hand, to a central hypothesis in all my work: that there is no landscape without an individual looking at it.