Water Copy relies on the conscious blending of non-narrative footage.
Stretching the boundaries of the photographic tool, it creates surrealistic paintings, compressed and shattered compositions.
Nature and artifice collapse in liquid screens or windows, where organic shapes melt with synthetic patterns. Distinct objects interact with rough, out-of-focus elements, blurring the lines between truth and fake.
While catching the imperfections and oddities of a deconstructed landscape, this series challenges the physicality and ongoing digitalization of reality.
First chapter on (RE)PICTURE magazine, 16 pages contribution.