The works included in this volume are not shots taken directly from reality but, instead, they offer landscapes that were recreated through a complex photographic staging, in which Maselli highlights through different techniques such as fragmentation, repetition, proliferation and superposition, the magnificence of the mountain ranges previously photographed from nature.
Artificial Infinite is a photographic enquiry on the aesthetic category of the sublime, which is represented as a controlled fear that attracts the soul, present in qualities like immensity, infinity, emptiness, loneliness and silence.
This recreations, which pursue the bewilderment of the sublime, also embrace the vehicular concern of contemporary photographic discourse: the elucidation of the boundaries between reality and its representation.
Fernando Maselli (1978) is an Argentinian photographer based in Madrid, who has made advertising photography for brands such as Coca Cola, Mercedes Benz, Samsung and Toyota. At the same time he has created artistic projects closely related to natural landscape, trapping the viewer in a moral and emotional reflection upon nature.
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