Rebeca Gutierrez Fickling has chosen to explore a subject that is increasingly relevant today: the environment. Her unique approach, using abstract photograms created from plastics, both raises awareness of environmental pollution caused by excessive use of plastic, as well as breaches the border between photography as fine art, and its use as a political weapon for an ecological cause. Rebeca Gutierrez Fickling’s main interest lies in camera-less photography and the creation of photograms, using light and single-use everyday plastic items such as plastic bags and cling film. The forms created in her work are haunting images of abstract, natural landscapes...
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