Tectonics subsumes the processes that control the structure of the Earth’s crust and its evolution through time.
This project is a study about unlearning geometric shapes that we are used to seeing. It is dedicated to the search for the familiar, which after being found, is deconstructed and reassembled. The lines and their reciprocal relationships are the secret actors in these photographs, seemingly taking on a life of their own, searching for their counterpart and path.
As a mathematician, I have learned and love precise forms, structures, and patterns. The deconstructivists’ deviation from regularity, symmetry, juxtaposition, and clear structures is difficult for me. Therefore, in this series, I try to break with familiar forms and take Gehry’s architecture as an occasion to fragment the Guggenheim building and reconstruct it into unseen pieces. The photographs then become windows into a world of possibilities.