Film and photography project-Work in progress
Object of science and art, the landscape functions as a mirror and a lens: in it, we see the space we occupy and ourselves occupying or destroying it.
Since 2020, I have been working on a new body of work that deals with some of the actions of humans that originate and contribute to the desertification of the planet and consequently to global warming. Among them is fire.
Fire, a natural element that our ecosystem needs for the regeneration of forests and mountains, provides strategies for regrowth and germination after its passage. However, it has ceased to be a natural disturbance that shapes the landscape to become a terrible threat that, in over 90% of fires of known cause, is human beings.
BURN is a visual and conceptual chronicle from the perspective of art about fires and their consequences that are ending forests every year in Mexico and around the world.
BURN is a non-profit film project composed of six short films with an approximate duration of between six to eight minutes each, which will ultimately be joined together with the voice of a narrator to create a film with a duration of approximately 30 minutes.