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virtual landscapes v

virtual landscapes (2015)

Ana María Guerra

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Ana María Guerra created Virtual Landscapes, a series of photographs taken without a camera. In the colour darkroom, she captured the melting process of ice cubes using an enlarger and photographic paper. Afterwards, the process involved scanning the photographs and manipulating them using 3D software. She wanted to explore the materiality of photography in its purest form using only light and a photosensitive support. The outcome appears similar to Google Maps images. There’s a certain poetry in the fact that they look like digital landscapes when they are actually just traces of ice cubes melting away.

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Ana María Guerra is an Ecuadorian/Spanish visual artist and academic researcher based in Barcelona. Her practice analyses photography's evolution, from the materiality of silver gelatin to the virtuality of 3D technologies. She examines how technological progress has modified nature's appearance and the devastating impact it has had on the ecosystem. After graduating from Autonomous University of Barcelona with a degree in advertising, she received MA degrees in fine art photography, 3D for photography and graphic design in University of the Arts London and FX Animation Barcelona. She is currently undertaking a PhD in Contemporary Art at the University of Girona.

2017 - “Virtual Landscapes”, Temperature Check: Body of Evidence. MACLA. San José, USA

2017 - “Future Fossils”, Expanded Habitat. Color Box. Hangzhou, China

2017 - “Future Fossils”, Three-fold. Bultifou. Hangzhou, China

2017 - “Future Fossils”, Archive Collective, London – England

2016 - “Future Fossils”, Final Show MA Photography LCC, Ugly Duck, London, UK

2016 - “Significant Otherness”, Interim Show MA Photography LCC, London, UK

virtual landscapes v

Ana María Guerra

Ana María Guerra created Virtual Landscapes, a series of photographs taken without a camera. In the colour darkroom, she captured the melting process of ice cubes using an enlarger and photographic paper. Afterwards, the process involved scanning the photographs and manipulating them using 3D software. She wanted to explore the materiality of photography in its purest form using only light and a photosensitive support. The outcome appears similar to Google Maps images. There’s a certain poetry in the fact that they look like digital landscapes when they are actually just traces of ice cubes melting away.

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