Fatal Attraction I. Silkscreen on metal. 130 x 95 cm. 2016.
The dialogue between vectorial diagrams and the image as a sub-layer of meaning is the subject of Fatal Attraction. It is a work that proposes a ‘‘surgical’’ approach to a certainly tragic event; stripping it of any emotive connotations and expressing it as the result of the interaction of objective variables like weight, gravity, height, time and velocity. The fortuitous elegance of the lying body is almost a volitional pose, an intentional gesture, which is underlined through the equation that describes with the elegant precision of the mathematical the parameters of its fatal fall.