Sounds of Alhambra 3. «I am a water arb that appears before the creatures limpid and transparent a great Ocean, the shores of which are select pieces of work made of special marble and the waters of which, shaped like pearls, flow on an enormous sheet of ice that has been delicately carved. In occasions I am overflowed with water, but I, from time to time, part with the transparent veil that covers me.”
Sounds of Alhambra 2. “¿are there not in this garden wonders that God has made incomparable in their beauty, and a sculpture of pearls with a transparently light, the borders of which are trimmed with seed pearl? Melted silver flows through the pearls, to which it resembles in its pure dawn beauty. Apparently, water and marble seem to be one”
Sounds of Alhambra 1. “Apparently, water and marble seem to be one, without letting us know which of them is flowing. Don't you see how the water spills on the basin, but its spouts hide it immediately? It is a lover whose eyelids are brimming over with tears, tears that it hides from fear of a betrayer”
Wings of Dubai II © CritTeam 2016 The series proposes a visual sequence of Dubai metro from a cinematic standpoint. Quotes of human thoughts, extracted from the subway scene of the mythic film Wings of desire, directed by Win Wenders in 1987, are superimposed on a sequence of black and white images shot along the Dubai metro red line path elevated railway.
Wings of Dubai. ©CritTeam 2016 The series is a visual narrative that celebrates Dubai's urban life from its elevated railway. Each image of the city is revitalized by the reflection on deep individual (universal ) concerns extracted from the subway scene of the mythical film “Wings of Desire” by Win Wenders. These worries equally match the bright splendor of contemporary Dubai as the gloomy walled past century West Berlin.
We are honored for having been selected to exhibit our photo collages at The 8th Biennial of Contemporary Textile Art, that will take place in Madrid from September 17th to November 3rd, 2019. Our artwork will be exhibited in the Museo del Traje, part of the Ministry of Culture of Spain.