Isolated Spaces arises to find a slightly quirky view of life, a reality that could walk between the two-dimensional and three-dimensional look at life through an illustration.
It's about creating an optical effect, outlining objects with black electrical tape of different thicknesses, as if they were part of a pattern where there is no depth of field.
Space is displayed in a different way, through the lines of its contours creates a game of lines and colors that were indifferent. Isolated Spaces is a link between the black edges and the isolation of the object itself, each is the idea of a specific space, eigenspaces, random and isolated, and if it can be said ...anonymous.
This proposal is the record of 7 small installations on my flat, in my room and related sites, were I thought to recreate those spaces that go unnoticed by the routine itself.
Sitting just in front of them, in a predetermined point of view, makes a sense of bidimensionality and making them definitely unique installation.
A great incentive for this work, is that from an idea that could be considered now made from technology (software), is the total lack of use of these programs to create that particular dimension, returning to illustration through space rudiments.