Through the sculpture and its modelling, the work revels a diverse range of concerns, such as the
level of processing to which the collected data is subjected and the various automated platforms
that contribute to the construction of a landscape that is stratified and condensed in real time.
Our position in the space makes us complicit in this voyeuristic process, which is continually
broken down and reconstructed by the movement of the image between the planes/membranes, finally
escaping us through the indistinct shape reflected by the mirror. The docker (estivador) is the
work’s process of construction itself, as well as its critical element, as model for redefining the
technological matrices of the visual space, and thus of the perceptual capacities of the observer.
11'59", 1080p, Full HD, Color, Spatial Sound, 4 mirrors, 4 plexiglass tubes, acrylic sheet, 4
speakers, 300 x 300 x 210 cm
MNAC, Lisbon, 2017