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The well-known works of Joan Fontcuberta included in this series propose a daring play between the Internet and photography, with nods to different cultures. Throughout this ambitious project, Fontcuberta suggests reflections about utopia and reality, with photo-mosaic techniques that allow the reconstruction of an image-model based on a reticular structure of small cell images.
At a distance we recognise the original model, but up close we appreciate the content of the many independent images that make up the reconstruction. Once again, Fontcuberta breaks moulds by breaking dogmas and pre-established frameworks to propose an unusual, aesthetic and symbolic dialogue with his original works.
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