Landscape in Motion starts from the fluid vision of the territory and the matter that composes it. The spiral forms allude to the process of plant growth when in contact with the minerals of the earth.
Part of the series is made up of wood and stone. From this materiality the pieces speak to us of the dynamic balance of the ecosystems of the Amazon and the Andes, and the correspondence and influence of one to the other. Likewise, the series refers to the cyclical relationship between the vegetable and mineral world: how a vegetable organism becomes a mineral and a vegetable mineral.
The pieces of Landscape in Motion are part of the project ‘The Material of the landscape’. See more in:
The Material of the Landscape
Orbicular granite from Huaraz, grey granite from Huaycan, huayruro from the amazon