Skyline _ 2018 _ cyanotype on paper _ 145 x 370 cm _ London, UK
Hand blown towers mirrored through anachronistic lensless photography in bidimensional images that depicts a downtown silhouette. The process transforms the original glossy ultramodern appearance of the sculptures into shapes comparatively inexpensive. The big blue transpositions on paper are cyanotypes realised through direct exposure to the sun a technique discovered in the mid-19th century in England and require the use of highly toxic substances, e.g. cyanide.