Almudena Lobera

Related to my interest in the different immaterial states of the image and how
nowadays we consume the images more on screens than in paintings or prints, my
work presents the grayscale used both in early photography as in the current offset
and digital printing processes. In the work, the light is materialised in a poetic and
conceptual way. What is not physicality goes to liquid state. The work is reminiscent
of laboratory test tubes, referring to the origin of photography as an encounter
between light and chemistry.
— Almudena Lobera

Almudena Lobera, Levels Of Exposure (Prototype), 2016, 10 Empty bulbs filled with tinted water, metal structures and a led tube, Edition of 10, Courtesy Late Nights
Almudena Lobera, Levels Of Exposure (Prototype), 2016, 10 Empty bulbs filled with tinted water, metal structures and a led tube, Edition of 10, Courtesy Late Nights