Jorge Fuembuena (Zaragoza, 1979) explores the limits of the subject and investigates the relation between mankind and its surroundings. In this project he examines the most active and productive glacier in the northern hemisphere, Sermeq Kujalleq in Greenland. He systematically registers data such as height, latitude, length and the time of the day to build a metaphor about control and chaos. Time is the essence of his images, which are built upon and depend on it.
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