Future imprints is a project that combines layers of visual and graphic information that portray the Anthropocene era from a stratigraphic and geologic point of view. It uses lithological symbols, imagery that represents rocks, stones and different sediments on a micro and macro level as well as materials like plastics and textiles intertwined in different formats through mix media.
I use industrial materials like plastics and textiles as a depiction of a new sort of sediment that portrays our current epoch, the human impact on the earth’s crust and environment.
I use the international lithological symbols used by geologists and straigraphers and added two new ones that represent the synthetic materials that such as plastic and textiles.
These photos where taken at the solo exhibition Future Imprints in 2018 at 206 Arte Contemporáneo in Tijuana, Mx.