(Havana City, Reina Avenue and Amistad StreeT: 1953 – 2014)
Photography and oil paint on photographic paper
61 x 100 cm
Every gesture of perceptual reception that we do with our senses involves the creation of new landscapes. In turn, each landscape contains a series of past, present and future events.
Essay for a temporary landscape is a series of pictures made up of two images of the same landscape, but at different times in history. The two images are coupled such that arose one frame, and then is paint with oil to remove the ties of the two images, creating a third landscape.