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Moldings is the result of a long reflection on time and in time that began in 1984 when a series of color photographic specimens became wet. I wanted to experiment with what would happen if I left them in a humid place, separated into small strips. After some time, the first molds appeared and the first shifts of the photographic gelatin. I then decided to encourage a real process of mold, an action that I call molding.

By moving the small photographs from one container to another, from damp to dry and vice versa, I cultivated a small breeding ground of industrious moulds. Over the years here are the molds that I would define as a natural Informal work.

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