The SECRET ALPHABET PROJECT began in 2005 with a performance in which 2 models were painted with unidentifiable symbols that resembled written text. These secret alphabets, defined as 'an ordered sequence of symbols that record or transmit a message' signify coded information. The project explores various aspects of information: messengers, information transfer and communication, comprehension, the source of knowledge, etc.

The secret alphabet symbols are used as a common vocabulary in all of the pieces of the project. The medium chosen to produce each piece depends on the message to be communicated. Most of the work has been created in black and white, suggesting the aesthetic of printed material, and emphasizing the simple elegance of the abstract forms of the symbols.

This ongoing project includes photographs, large format drawings, works on canvas, paper collage, polyester resin, etc.

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Adam
Digital Print,  2011
40 x 40 cm




Data Man
Digital Print, 2010
40 x 40 cm




Data Rain
Digital Print, 2010
40 x 40 cm



Bodhisatva
Digital Print, 2010
40 x 61 cm



Find the Answer Within
Polyester Resin Installation, 2006
55 x 55 x 30 cm