In April 2016, I was chosen to participate at the Amsterdams Grafisch Atelier (AGA) artist residency in the Netherlands. This technical studio aims to contribute to research in the field of printing. While I was there, I explored many techniques including silkscreen, risograph and digital printing.
At the end of my stay, I had a show with 2 main installations and some prints.
This piece is made of 136 prints. It depicts each of my days 26 days at the AGA in five rows of daily activities: Sleep, Food, Home, Work and Go. The work was executed on a risography machine.
At the exterior of the AGA, a line of tree had been dramatically cut leaving a disturbing landscape. Part of my show in Amsterdam was this temporal exterior installation. It was then photographed and digitally printed as a diptych.