All the blue things I’ve seen in one week, 2015, digital collage on dia, 5×5 cm (each)
The sense of sight is of fundamental importance to human beings, so that the behaviour of individuals is an expression of their visual and perceptual state. Everything around us influences our actions. This work stems from the desire to deepen the relationship between mind and vision. The blue colour constitutes the basic unit because it is always present in the environment around us. The first research phase consists of a photographic record that lasted seven days, in which I collected images. I assembled all the blue objects contained in the pictures into digital collages. I turned the collages into dias, whose glass reproduces the accumulation of perceptions on our retina. Each image is individually projected on the wall for the duration of 24 hours, so as to reproduce the actual perception time. Thus each image is a summary of the day. This work is a study on colour; an attempt to measure visual accumulation through the daily amount of colour that we perceive.
All the blue things I’ve seen in one week, 2015, digital collages