My experience in Raco and San Miguel de Tucumán reveals three realities in tension: historical Tucumán, the yunga and contemporary Tucumán. Through my artistic practice, this fragmentation is transformed into a hybrid entity, made up of people, objects, nature and the city, merging into a whole with diffuse limits. My creative approach uses photogrammetry to generate three-dimensional point clouds, blurring the boundaries between objects, subjects, context and visual representation, and highlighting the absences of information in the recording process.
Inspired by Joseph Kosuth in “One and Three Chairs”, my work is made up of three pieces developed in CABA: a video, an engraving and a 3D printed sculpture, created during my artistic residency. At each stage, missing data must be interwoven and gaps filled to give cohesion to the work. These three re-interpretations of data represent fictions of reality, aesthetic interpretations that dialogue with each other and reveal various facets of a hybridized Tucumán.