Daniel Domingo Schweitzer
My work unfolds as a continuous inquiry into the problematics of space, its definition, and existence in relation to the body. Fractal geometry has become a resource for constructing sculptures and installations that allow me to model space, giving rise to proposals, sometimes interactive, sometimes as a device, where emptiness shares the spotlight with matter. The line becomes a plane, the plane an object, and the object becomes space. A geometric (mathematical) space that the audience perceives as a sensory and experiential space, giving rise to reflections that arise not only from contemplation but primarily from the experience of each individual's space. I am interested in utilizing the specificities of visual languages, where texture, material, and form contain their own narratives. In this way, body, object, and space meet and dialogue to redefine themselves in each viewer's perception.