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Dactiloscópica | Loreto Greve

 

Dactiloscópica (Finger print) is an object-book of the Chilean artist Loreto Greve (Chile, 1988) which reflects on the identity, from the identity cards of her paternal grandfather.

Inside, images are deployed which dialog with the possibilities of being recognize ourselves further than the genetic codes, also the landscape and the stars, which as we do, are unique and unrepeatable, as a fingerprint.

 

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Weight1 kg
Dimensions21 × 21 × 4.5 cm
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About the author

About the author

Loreto Greve (Santiago, Chile 1982)

She holds a Bachelor Degree in Visual Arts specialized in engraving, 2004, Universidad Finis Terrae. She takes a Magister in Research and Photographic creation in the same university . She lives and works in Santiago, Chile.

Dactiloscópica (Finger print) is an object-book of the Chilean artist Loreto Greve (Chile, 1988) which reflects on the identity, from the identity cards of her paternal grandfather.

Inside, images are deployed which dialog with the possibilities of being recognize ourselves further than the genetic codes, also the landscape and the stars, which as we do, are unique and unrepeatable, as a fingerprint.

 

Technical Specifications

Author: Loreto Greve

Technique: salted paper

FormatA hard cover container box with all the images in photographic emulsion of salted paper on all its inner sides. Inside it three loose images of 20×20 cm and three laminated images of different measures.

Publisher: self publication

Dimensions: 20 x 21 x 4 cm (closed), 67 x 68 cm (opened)

Print run: one of a kind

Language: Spanish

Collections: –

Year of publication: 2018

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