Vilém Flusser indicates that we are facing a post-human era that leads us to technological relations governed by the apparatus. In this post-human context the other is represented in a technical way, through a mathematical language which is obscured.
The gesture of “Body Disintegration” reflects the state of a body without organs that disappears, which is increasingly invisible, that can not be touched. The figure becomes a virtual spectrum that functions as a technological presence that floods the screen. The virtual not only complicates but also distorts the division between the body, the mind and the self. In non-corporeality, matter is no longer needed and the individual can participate separately from it. Ultimately, this is related to a sense of detachment from the physical body. The silhouette approaches and moves away from the electronic device that records the movement. Through effects generated by computers, narratives are constructed about the conversion of our organism into another class of matter. The image works as a symptom, a symbol, a signifier, a significant.
Mostly my work has evolved through the investigation of what is visual and the media that produces it with a special interest between the historical and the current. My projects revolve around technology, the archive and the image, using the body as a point of inflection towards what is most human.