Thyssen Museum

The creation process has always involved a deconstruction of a reality, subsequently manipulated and transformed with different techniques. The approach to that reality is produced in a partial and fragmented way, by using a series of photographic shots as a method of capturing the space, in this case of the “skyway” or elevated subway in Brooklyn.

A meta-reality is created through the composition of fragments, enveloping the viewer, and inviting the viewer to make a second reading through the three-dimensional wooden slatted structure that supports it. A complex world of intersections that excites the imagination in a reality parallel to the one initially shown.