In water we can see beauty, nature, life. But at the same time there is a pattern of economic abuse, overexploitation, and contamination.

This exhibition takes as a theme the intersection of ethics and environmental aesthetics that the world is passing through, taking the water of rivers, “the flow of life”, as a metaphor for the existential precariousness that man has now with the world.

Working with pinhole gives these flows a visibility over and above their romantic and sublime beauty and offers us a hope: Klaatu barada nikto.

Byron Brauchli

Specialist in historical photographic processes and landscape. With a Master’s degree from the University of Texas, he is a researcher at the Plastic Arts Institute of the Veracruz University and a member of the National Creators System (Mexico). His books include ‘En la línea’ (By the line) and Encrucijadas’ (Crossings).