Filtered Perception. Palimpsests: All established approaches generate prejudices and limit our freedom to develop. That is why society needs to generate "curtains", in order to protect the masses from reality, it is easier to conceal reality blinding light. The problem is that those curtains make us see a biased reality, it appears strange and distant to us, a world in which we cannot find ourselves and where we feel both scared and curious. It is important to break this curtain and to trangress worlds. It is paradoxical how we feel participants of one or other place depending on which side of the curtain we are. But we cannot avoid the contradiction of wanting to stay at our side and going on watching the reality we see although it is filtered, from our anonymity safety we want to trangress the limit and become a part of the other reality as a knowledge and understanding process. Images are superimposed like our memories and they are turned upside down in a way they create a new world. Reality, memories and oneiric live together in these works as a part of our perception of the world. The images are built with a structure of palimpsests in which some images are shown on the others, fanciful relations with present are made by persistence of memory, creating certain uncertainty in front of what is noticed and known.
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