14 x 24 x 14 m.
An installation that responds to the dilemma of the contemporary look, that combines memory and reflection. The exhibition proposal, Trip to Saturn, does not use the memory linked to the image but to the matter. And that matter is the screen on which we see projected images, deformed by the surface, that question the way we look.
The words of the American jazz musician Sun Ra inspire the artist to talk about the image and its perception. “Images are instruments of power. That power to create what we would now call fake news becomes more apparent if it is possible with the “democratization” of the images.
Sun Ra, Trip to Saturn: “My whole body changed into something else. I could see through myself. And I went up… I wasn’t in human form… I landed on a planet that I identified as Saturn… they teleported me and I was down on [a] stage with them. They wanted to talk with me. They had one little antenna on each ear. A little antenna over each eye. They talked to me. They told me to stop [attending college] because there was going to be great trouble in schools… the world was going into complete chaos… I would speak [through music], and the world would listen. That’s what they told me.”