Quarantine/Research [PDF]

Wednesday, July 15th, 2020

Quarantine/Research
Exploring abstraction, life at home and ideas of progress translated into images.

By means of our senses we fuel our minds among speculations and perceptions that are the mental processes where our actions spring.

The bi-dimensional and stylized nature of the visual inputs remands the audience to a reflection on scaling down the complication of the benchmarks of conversation in contemporary debates. As inclusive stepping stones, the accessible evaluations propel us into a manageable exchange.

The renders and aesthetics have nostalgia for a time in which the visions of the future were of aggressive growth.

See the full project in PDF

Newark

Tuesday, October 9th, 2018

A tribute to the culture and the people of Newark, New Jersey.

The project explores the cityscapes of working class areas and downtown architecture, leveraging on human as well as abstract compositions. The hard lines of modern structures complement the ever changing yet ancient discourse of the human landscape. In an attempt to draw the audience to familiarize with an otherwise glossed over area of New Jersey, I avoid exploiting camera artifice, delivering a verist outlook on the scenes and appreciating the visual inputs offered by mundane settings.

https://www.instituteartist.com/feature-October-31-1693-A-tribute-Arturo-Stanig

Taiwan

Tuesday, October 9th, 2018

Kaoshiung, Taiwan.

Documenting the city from above and below.

Collection of 28 digital prints from digitized negatives, 2018.

The Simple Act (Cahier)

Tuesday, October 8th, 2019

Surveying newly landscaped areas and behaviors.

Perfect bound A4 book, 80 pages.
Digtal Print, 2019.

Wind River

Tuesday, October 9th, 2018

“We’ve Got All the
Civilization You Need”.

Riverton and Shoshoni
Wyoming, 2017.

Fla

Tuesday, October 9th, 2018

Tampering in Tampa.

Clearly watering in
Clearwater.

Various Portraits

Tuesday, October 9th, 2018

Various portraits, personal and commissioned
and some general personal work.

Commissions

Tuesday, October 9th, 2018

Marc Pitzke for Der Spiegel.