SURFACES AND FRONTIERS is a graphic exploration about the frontiers seen as dynamic surfaces. Through a series of artworks that play with the notion of union and fragmentation, the project functions as a collage of ideas interconnected through shared similarities.
Why frontiers as surfaces? The importance of their understanding lies in the innumerable implications they have in our lives. Surfaces are the most dynamic frontiers in nature, all exchanges occur through them, allowing the connections between living beings. They separate us as individuals and at the same time link us to the world.
From the earth's crust or a tree, through the skin and the shell of a seed and to the cell membrane.
Frame: Pine wood.
Dimensions: 42 x 29 cm.
Artist: Leo Calvillo.