• Photographer
    Patricia Borges, Brazil
  • Prize
    Bronze Winner in Fine Art/Experimental

Scanned 120mm negatives. The urban-technological dynamics of the contemporary world, social transformations and the speed of the digital universe point to the appreciation of the instant and the instantaneous. I direct my wooden pinhole for several minutes to the sky and wait for the different wavelengths to hit the acetate film. Colors imperceptible to the eye, but which compose the visible celestial space. Here, a rudimentar instrument records prolonged moments, sensations of an extended time without the immediate visuality of the technical nature of bits that we are used to.