5.6″ x 10″ in.
Hand-signed on verso.
From the series “The hyperreal archive: Pandemic, 2020”.
About the artwork:
Procedure and concept: The formal characteristics of the image are firmly attached to the work’s conceptual dimension. I take long-exposure pictures using a photographic camera pointing at a liquid-crystal display (LCD) monitor. On the screen, it is reproduced videographic archive footage that was broadcasted initially by mass media and news channels. The texture of the camera’s digital image becomes a reinterpretation and a transformation of the primary source. Motion blur, overlays, and stroboscopic effects are genuine traits of the artistic procedure. The material obtained is later digitally edited, adding stochastic film grain and density. The process alludes to the mass media image reproduction and how it creates new realities.
Details and dimensions:
Medium: Digital photography.
Technic: Long-exposure kinescope.
Material: Archival inkjet pigment print on paper.
Paper: Hahnemühle Photo Rag, 308 gsm, acid, and lignin-free, 100% cotton.
Signature: Signed on verso and accompanied by a signed certificate of authenticity.
Size: 5.6″ x 10″ image centered in an 8.3″ x 11.7″ inch white paper (A4).
Packaging: Flat cardboard properly protected.
Shipping and returns:
Courier: UPS or FedEx.
Delivery time: Typically 5-7 business days.
Returns: 7-day return policy if damaged.
Delivery cost: Mexico: 20 USD. / United States: 40 USD. / Europe: 60 USD.
Ships from: Artist’s studio in Mexico.
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