The habitual use of the web and social media has drastically changed the way in which images are spread and the conception of new ideas.
The obsessive-compulsive accumulation of images through virtual platforms leads to their destruction. Photographs are consumed in record time and superimposed onto the spectator's mind, without ever settling there definitively.
However, big data is tangible and is recorded in large archives of image galleries.
I therefore wanted to represent this process of the image's consumeristic fruition, using my own archive of travel photography.
The images overlay one another, destroying themselves. The spectator is led to losing contact with reality, reaching a pure abstract dimension of chaos.
This process generates something new and unexpected, ”nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed”(A.Lavoisier).