The transformation from land mammals to sea navigators took millions of years. It happened over night, in geological terms. Whales were part of the most radical and complete transformation in the world of mammals. Nowadays, whales are one of the deepest examples of what evolution means.
From centuries is known of the existence of cetaceans (whales) in the gulfs and shores of Peninsula Valdez, with great importance for the ancient whalers of the South Atlantic. The huntings activities came to decrease the whales population. Years later, thanks to tough, laws and collective consciousness of people, we've succeeded in recovering this specie. This marks an evolution.
Our stay in this life is short, but no less
interesting. We are constantly evolving and, although our lives are marked in stages as children, youth, maturity and old age, we're also transferred on cycles, on decades. In personal terms, this work arises from the Valdes Peninsula last decade, a place that I have chosen and reelected at its purest form, detecting marks of infinity, trapping this transition stage to a new becoming.
The color became the most unique shade, while in this white, black work, I attempt to show how authentic and captivating could be this environment without shelter and naked in its essence.