“Based in the real, my mountains belong to an imaginary world, an inner space that beats in my hands and in the memory of that hominid ancestor who followed the creative impulse that we today call art.”
Roberto Fernández Ibáñez was born in 1955 in Montevideo, Uruguay. A self-taught photographer, his interests lie in the frontier between the real and the imaginary, the search for meaning, human condition, and environment.
Breakout Talent –2016 Houston Fotofest.
“I reject the language used to show trends, its statistical models and their projections. But even though their materialistic look, I perceive a kind of aesthetic behind the graphs and their changing geometry. Mountains and mathematical graphs: landscapes similar in shape, but opposite in essence. Behind the ephemeral financial status of companies or countries and the changes in environmental and social trends, lays the serene presence of perennial, undulated mountains that call me to inner peace and reflection.”
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Wednesday 27 April to Saturday 14 May 2016
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