México, D.F: Troconi-Letayf & Campbell, 2020. Clothbound in a clamshell box with cover printed in silkscreen. Contents: 6 photographs numbered and signed by the artist in archival quality digital print, on 290 grams of MOAB Natural Rag Entry paper, 100% cotton, in a size of 34 x 34 cm. 1 photograph-sculpture signed by the artist in archival quality digital print, on 276 grams of MOAB Photo Rag Duo paper, 100% cotton, a size of 25 x 25 cm. 1 interactive sculpture consisting of a base, 5 photographs printed on canvas and glued on black acrylic, and 5 geometric graphics printed in silk-screen on transparent acrylic. Photos and graphics are interchangeable to create various sculptures. It includes a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist. Item #113905
SIGNED AND LIMITED EDITION OF 20 COPIES. Luis González Palma (Guatemala, 1957) He studied architecture and cinematography at the University of San Carlos, in Guatemala. Considered one of the most important Latin American photographers on the international scene, this artist addresses the identity and memory (axes of his first works) from the portrait with a strong presence of religious painting and the influence of Baroque. Luis González Palma has been working on the Möbius project since 2013, where he resumed the studies of German mathematicians August F. Möbius and Johann Benedict Listing, creators of the famous Möbius Tape. For the Guatemalan artist, the Möbius project “aims to generate a symbolic dialogue between two forms of representation, between emotion and reason. My interest is to generate ambiguous works, open to new arguments or possibilities that allow to generate other stories, both aesthetic and political”.