Art piece created in April 2020
From the Movement/Time Collection.
In this series of works we go from one perspective to the other to be able to enjoy all the
information and create our own dialogue between the original position and the fragmented one.
When we directly and continuously observe the artwork in motion (using a device for it or our own natural movement) an effect is produced that generates a sensation of discovery or evolution.
As it is a 3D work, the concept is different from an artwork hanging on the wall.
This artwork has no hidden part, that is, it can be seen from all sides (front, back, left and right).
It can be seen how the artwork is continuously fragmented and defragmented.
Name of the artwork :
DD / J2-A (Dynamic Deconstruction / Jessica 00: 00,02 - A)