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Monday, January 17, 2005

Guillem Ramos-Poquí

Guillem Ramos-Poquí's digital photomontages
The Magic Forest (Self Portrait 1) 2001

Ramos-Poquí's work deals with the passage of time and the cycle of life, change, death and decay. But what does this statement about the human condition mean in relation to his work?
In a world which is like a hall of mirrors, we seem to be living in a culture which alienates us from our true creative selves. The limitless beauty of the natural world is there for us to take responsibility for and to protect through an ecological vision, for future generations. (via Junk For Code)