Intangible, (spelled the same in English and Spanish), is a collection of digitally manipulated images of people and places, displaying patterns of lines that extend in different directions, transcending beyond the constraints of the picture frame. Several color palettes are represented, ranging from vivid and saturated colors to more neutral, almost monochromatic tones.
I've been driving through the Rio Grande Valley's back roads since I returned from Monterrey, México in 2013, without knowing what I was looking for. Years passed, and I soon discovered that the more you look, the less you find. I was trying too hard, so I needed to take a step back and simply contemplate what was in front of me. At that point, I began paying more and more attention to the invisible landscape, abandoned homes and old structures on the side of the road started to emerge. This single revelation made a very strong connection to my past and present. I understood how complex the paradox of time can be.
The Future and the Past are Intangible, one is not here yet and the other is forever gone, a constant and perpetual transition. We only exist in the Here and the Now, and we're continually slipping away through time, extending towards infinity or oblivion. The only actual evidence that we were ever here, is a single photograph, and even that will soon fade away.