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Esponjas 8, 11 y 16By Paola Dávila

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Cyanotype, Cyanotype photograhs mounted in high resistance glass dish

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Dimensions: 12cm (H) x 36cm (W) x 2.4cm (D) / 4.7" (H) x 14.2" (W) x 0.9" (D)

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Esponjas 8, 11 y 16, 2022 by Paola Davila
From the series Mareas
Cyanotype on 300 gr cotton paper
Mounted in a high-resistance borosilicate glass petri dish
Overall size: 36 cm Dm x 12 cm H x 2.4 cm Deep.
Individual Image size: 10.5 cm D.
Each Petri dish: 12 cm Dm. x 2.4 cm Deep.

The title of each piece corresponds to the geographical coordinates of the place where the pieces were made. The last number indicates the number of waves the paper received.
The piece is protected in an acid-free PH-neutral glassine paper envelope, archival quality.

For several years the artist Paola Davila has generated various visual statements from photography. Beyond the self-imposed limits in thematic terms (the house, for example), this exercise has allowed him to articulate concerns and situate spaces: inside, outside, and the limits between one and the other. From there, with the landscape as support: as an extension of situations contained in intimacy or in the object, it has insisted on making its way within other thematic and media fields to different complexities of the idea of ​​also inhabiting the public and finding a voice own in the contemporary photographic narrative.


Artist Profile

Born: 1980
Hometown: Oaxaca
Based in: México

Paola Dávila was born in Oaxaca, Mexico, in 1980. She studied Visual Arts at the National School of Plastic Arts of Mexico, where she attended the contemporary painting seminar. He also attended theory and photography workshops.

In 2002, he received the National Photography Prize at the Yucatan Visual Arts Biennial, the …


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