Picasso's inspiring copyrigths
This work is based on two slightly different series. Both are the result of the impossibility to show Picasso's paintings due to their copyrights. One is called Mirrors, and it refers to the self-referential relationship that we, as observers, have with an artwork that has been created to discuss about who observes (see also this other post Contemplatio Photographic installation). The second is called Only some pixels left. This series reflects how the limitations of Copyright in the art world can lead to new forms of visual expression. Both works intent to highlight how copyrights' constrains do define what we can see or not.