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Interactive installation

“Intermediation” proposes that the public assumes the artist's fingerprints. There is a large pad of paper and a series of stamps that reproduce the original traces of the author's fingers. So people visiting the gallery can use these tools to create images. The work uses and distorts the concept of authorship, artistic aura and originality. The fingerprint, as an affirmative (and allegedly probative) element of an individual's presence and identity can be appropriated by anyone who wishes to. This work is part of a series of proposals that use fingerprints, both in their imagery and conceptual aspects. Here, however, the public mediates the creation process that leads to the final result of the work, although the material traces left by the author remain there, even if indirectly.



Encontro Internacional de Arte e Tecnologia 

Aveiro - Portugal

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