Digipovera

Digipovera is the result of joining two concepts: the modern digital photography, fast and instant, and the arte povera, the artistic trend born in Italy in the 1970s. Recycling, immediate consumption, and the lack of thought that derives from life’s speed are what made us stop, look and observe our surroundings. And, as the ragmen we became, we started picking and piling up objects, images and ideas, to later combine them in a unique object. The result of this process was Digipovera. We are digital poor, maybe poorer, maybe more digital every day, slowly becoming digipoveras.

View from the car
View from the car

Color photograph on watercolor paper (13 cm x 13 cm) Shooting of five unique copies 2010

Window
Window

Color photograph on watercolor paper (13 cm x 13 cm) Shooting of five unique copies 2010

13
13

Color photograph on watercolor paper (13 cm x 13 cm) Shooting of five unique copies 2010

Montcada street of Barcelona, where
Montcada street of Barcelona, where

Color photograph on watercolor paper (13 cm x 13 cm) Shooting of five unique copies 2010

Cristal roof
Cristal roof

Color photograph on watercolor paper (13 cm x 13 cm) Shooting of five unique copies 2010

Station
Station

Color photograph on watercolor paper (13 cm x 13 cm) Shooting of five unique copies 2010

We're looking for the exit
We're looking for the exit

Color photograph on watercolor paper (13 cm x 13 cm) Shooting of five unique copies 2010

Undergrowd
Undergrowd

Color photograph on watercolor paper (13 cm x 13 cm) Shooting of five unique copies 2010

Station
Station

Color photograph on watercolor paper (13 cm x 13 cm) Shooting of five unique copies 2010