Apparente (Apparent), a work made with 36 panes of glass arranged on six overlaid registers. The white silhouettes that emerge in each are captured as if in flight,[read more=”Read More”less=”Read Less”]blocked for an instant in a sort of snapshot that conveys only a partial image. As the title suggests, in its etymological sense — apparent is that which is evident, manifest — this is something that seems to appear for a fraction of a second in our visual field, imprinted on the retina, and then vanishes due to the force of an unstoppable movement.[/read]

Apparente. Enamel on glass, 36 panel of glass 25×35 cm each, 2007 [DG0076]