Wind Sculptures is an experimental series of photographs that depict sculpture formations shaped by the wind and recorded with a High-Speed camera system.
The artist is also a subject of these theatrical sculptures shaped by the wind where human and nature collaborate in a symbiotic performance celebrating the importance of collaboration. An artist duo. A collaborative dialogue between humankind and Mother Earth, using as a trace the space blanket, a material developed by NASA in 1964 for the US space program, a symbol of our unique desire for exploration as a species that helps us investigate the role we have in our planet and our universe.
Everything that exists is by definition also natural. In this concept, there is no space for the concept of artificial or unnatural as contrary to Nature. We as humans are also part of the natural system, so everything we produce is indeed a natural product. Nature is a collaborative system where all the entities taking part have the responsibility to collaborate and form an ecological balance for a stable equilibrium.
The entire project was taken around Europe, Italy, Greece, France, Switzerland, Portugal, UK, and Iceland.
Wind Sculptures – Etna 04, 2017. Archival Geclèe Print on Photorag
Wind Sculptures – Etna 01, 2017. Archival Geclèe Print on Photorag
Wind Sculptures Vik Iceland. Archival Geclèe Print on Photorag
Wind Sculptures – Iceland Seljalandsfoss, 2015. Archival Geclèe Print on Photorag
Wind Sculptures – Iceland Skogafoss Waterfall, 2015. Archival Geclèe Print on Photorag