Archaeology of a Landscape
- Fragmentation = Encapsulation in the same work of different moments, different states, different lights, different sensations
- Point of view = Low, to highlight the monumentality; high, to highlight magnificence; middle, natural
- Stratification = Differentiation through planes at different level, the states and moments of landscape (The same way as the Archaeology keeps uncovering different strata of a field looking for different epochs, using the stratification to delimit the different moments, sensations, suggestions, impressions, realities, memories.
- Cinematographical terms (foreground, background, long-shot, to define the present, the past and the future)
- Vertical strips
- Horizontal extensions
- Digital impression
- Acrylic paint in its different states of pastiness or dilution
- Lacquers or transparent colours
- Chinese ink
- Materials of the landscape (leaves, sticks…)
- Supports: Hanne mule paper, paper for print making, onion paper, acetates and other planar surfaces.
- Transparencies = superposition of reality over memories
- Focus and Out of focus = Perception of temporary neatness and subjective of the term, through more or less out of focus.
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