Grouping of Repeated Figures (3D and Flat Paper)
The group of repeated figures are the positive image of the work, these figures are made of paper, many of them are three-dimensionally formed. Some of the shapes I use are geometric, such as: triangles, rhombuses, squares, for example, and they are assembled inside translucent paper boxes or kind of envelopes. The patterns that form the figures are random because they are not adhered, which means that when the work moves an unpredictable composition will be created, in addition the variation of light in the case of the pieces that are three-dimensional, will originate a different image each time.
I also use paint on some of the artwork to color the edges of each figure, creating a glow that shines when it comes in contact with light and disappears in certain areas when the figures are joined.