To get away from heaven and earth, centers its discussion in drawing as a tool for spatial perception, dealing with the dynamic relationship between the observer, space and light. This piece is part a series of works researching the same line of experimentation.
The audience perceives and understands that his interaction or commitment on the observing has temporary consequences, transforming the observed object, therefore its experience.
A romantic exercise precedes and unifies the idea of being able to suspend an image in space. Both titles, – A romantic exercise and “To get away from heaven and earth”-, share some kind of poetic and conceptual relation