Tracing paper, wood, wire, optic fiber, LED lights programmed with Arduino.
A drop that falls infinitely, interpreted by two LEDs and optic fiber, This project was presented at Kyoto Concert Hall as part of "Amanogawa Project" organized by Takuma Takahashi (Digital Artist).
"El Crepitar de las Hojas" evokes the beauty of the ephemeral. Through this series, a comparison is established between the sound of leaves crunching fragilely under our feet and the impermanence of life. The works presented invite us to reflect on the importance of the present moment and the intrinsic beauty of the moment.
In collaboration with Sergio Rivera
Kanaami (woven metal)
"Komorebi" is a Japanese word that describes sunlight filtering through the leaves of trees. It is used to express the feeling or visual effect of sunlight playing and creating patterns on the foliage of trees. It is a poetic term that captures the beauty of nature and the unique interaction between light and leaves.