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Lethe
silver gelatin print
117 x 153 cm




The images of this project were made in Greece‭, ‬where one of the entrances to the Underworld is believed to be and the location‭ ‬of some of the passages of Homer’s‭ ‬Odyssey‭.‬ In Greek Mythology the cavern is a place of origin and disappearance, of revelation and forgetfulness; the liminal space between life and death.







Echo








A voice
silver gelatin print
9.3 x 11.8 cm






As wax melts before the gentle fire
darkly then the fading form




- ‘Stay!’, shouted, ‘Stay!’








A Flame
silver gelatin print
30 x 40 cm





a mere murmur. Here suddenly seen
how his eyes close as soon as the voice sounds.
Should they happen to be 
open at the time.
So light as let be  
faintest light no longer perceived
than  
the time it takes the lid to fall.
Taste? The taste in his mouth? Long since dulled.
Touch? The thrist of the ground against his bones.











Orpheus
silver gelatin  print

117 x 153 cm












(This) precious stone set in the silver sea
Copperfield Gallery, February 2020

curated by Aina Pomar
with Irene de Andrés, Inés Cámara Leret, Yorgos Petrou,
Stéphanie Saadé, Oscar Santillán + Yoko Ono

http://www.copperfieldgallery.com/this-precious-stone-set-in-the-silver-sea.html












The excerpts of text in this project belong to Ovid’s ‘Metamorphoses’ and Samuel Beckett’s ‘Company’.