Terreno, Viedma, 2014
enamel marbled paint on MDF, primer and matte PU varnish.
In Terrenos [Terrains ], drawings generated with enamel paint create camouflage patterns. In the marbling technique called Ebru, the paint is placed on a water surface, and the desing set by the water’s movement is transferred to an absorbent surface.
The paintings refer to regions of Latin America seen by satellites and for that reason they were organized in grid, respecting the position on the globe.
The pieces were constructed on the basis of a tangram puzzle. This point reinforces the idea of camouflage as a development of the logical reasoning in the analysis and distinctiveness of their shapes. By referring to this sort of pattern, the artist also points to the regions represented as zones of conflict, or as impending conflict zones.