Photo—Synthesis exhibition is composed of two installations of three 1646 mm x 999 mm (60 solar cells) panels. Built as a triptyc composing one single image. One artwork is conceived to work outside and to produce electricity when facing the sun. The other one stand inside as an artwork showing its great potential and the magnificent photographical art work.
Photo—Synthesis are works of art powered by the sun, figuratively and literally. The top layer; “the art”; is a representation of plants, nature’s undisputed masters of photosynthesis: the process of converting light energy into chemical energy. Alternatively, solar panels; the artwork’s substratum or canvas; is man’s answer to plants’ ability to harness the power of the sun. Not by storing it as sugars, but by converting it into electricity.