SEVEN MOONS, ONE SEA

About This Project

The project is configured from the observation of the sea that bathes the Coquimbo region with an underwater video camera.

The images were made under seven different lunar stages and were captured on the coast of the IV Region in northern Chile.

They account for the movement of the sea, its fluctuation, its volume and intensity at various times of the year, weather conditions and gravity, in a tidal graph.

Also this record shows the space that divides the sky and the sea as a fuzzy, erratic line and subject to permanent change, to raise a metaphor about the conflict between geography and sovereignty; and above all to question the state of our individual borders, which sometimes divide us more than they should.

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Inglés