WYBINWYS (2012)

An optic artifice makes this series only accessible through its corners, never from the front. A reflection on availability and construction of imaginary after images where the action of gravity is determinant. The title WYBINWYS is the acronym to “what you buy is not what you see”, alluding to the origin of linguistic data processing in computing and to the creation of virtual goods of consumption.

Wood, refractive pellicle, acrylic, steel screws and gelatin silver print
2012-2019

Fall #1 | 27x18,5x3 cm | 2012

Landslide #1 | 26x15x2,5 cm | 2012

Landslide #2 | 19,5x12x2 cm | 2012

Rain #1 | 24x14x2 cm | 2012

Tree #1 | 28x13x2,8 cm | 2012

Jump #1|16x20x2,5 cm | 2012

Demolição #1 | 14x18x2,5 cm | 2012

Tunnel  #1| 18x25,5x4,5 cm | 2012

Crane #1| 23,5x9x5,5 cm | 2013

Crane #2| 24x18x2,5 cm | 2013

Moving Out #1 | 16x23x5 cm | 2013

Rest #1 |16x11x1,5 cm | 2013

Sulfur #1 | 22,5x11,5x6 cm | 2013

Climber #1 | 13,5x16,5x2,5 cm | 2013

Jump #3 | 14,5x18x7 cm | 2016

Pole #1 | 17x14x2,7 cm | 2016

Overtow #3 | 18x13,5x7 cm | 2016

Landslide #3 | 26x20x2,5 cm | 2016

Cobblestones #1 | 13x27,5x4,5 cm | 2016

Pruning #1 | 26x14x6,5 | 2016

Tree #3 | 26x29x2,5 cm | 2016

Tree #4 | 14x18x7 cm | 2016

Debris #1 | 14,5x19x6,5cm | 2016

Waterfall #1 | 14,5x24,5x3 cm | 2019

Waterfall #2 | 14,5x20,5x3 cm | 2019

Waterfall #3 | 14,5x19x3 cm | 2019

Waterfall #4 | 14,5x19x3 cm | 2019

Tree #5 | 14,5x37,5x3 cm | 2019

Tree #6 | 29x14,5x3 cm | 2019

Logs #1 | 25x14,5x3 cm | 2019

Landslide #4 | 14,5x20x3 cm | 2019

Landslide #5 | 29x14,5x3 cm | 2019

Landslide #6 | 31x14,5x3 cm | 2019