Fernando Daza

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SPAIN, 1979

« (…) These irregular lines, produced by manual cutting, shape the three-dimensional nature of these works. Another thing of great importance in my artwork is the monochrome. I always use one colour, I feel comfortable and satisfied using this monochromatic language, but I must warm that it is not just a whim on my part or a conscious attempt to obviate this point. Paper always plays in my favour, its matt and slightly rough finish helps me get the effect that I insistently look for. Light is captured by surface and reflected in many different shades within the same chromatic field. I especially like using the own colour of paper and confronting the black and white in my diptychs ».

Fernando Daza excerpt from the text Handteared