inmerses the viewer in visual overlays and sonic rythms as a perceptual delay between appearance and meaning.
Following the pattern of my diplopia, I seek to provoke in the spectator a sensory disorientation while navigating through this psychological, phenomenological and circular space.
Based on Fuerte & Mala Performed at Bard - International Center of Photography Studios Nov 30, 2015.
Hello/Goodbye opens with my visits to the therapistâ€™s office. I edited out the session only to show the frame of my body coming and leaving.
In Gravity I contour my body in a brown leather couch from an aerial perspective that disorients the viewer while two more screens replicate the movements by disrupting cycles in the middle of the piece.
In Perceptual Landscape I roll down a hill, losing orientation with each dizzying turn and making the viewer turn around the five screens. I spin because is it like acting on the impulse to fly, it lets me forget that I am in a real space, it makes me feel free like an ascendant spiral from reality to the imaginary.
Larrosa cooks blind, talking not only about an event but the ways it reverberates throughout her life. Exploring identity through the body and its limits, Ivana Larrosaâ€™s work investigates the impact of her permanent double vision and her experience of space consequence of a car accident. Larrosa embraces this disjunction in a spirited, playful way, finding eccentricity and humor.