Experimental photographs made with water, metallic shapes and color.
Archipel is a series of photographs of compositions built from dynamic geometric figures and contrasting primary colors. Levêque is inserted in the modernist photographic heritage that arises with the production of the photograms of Lászlo Moholy-Naghy (1895-1946) or the rayograms of Man Ray as a means to explore the optical and expressive properties of light in objects. Thus, the forms that make up Archipel are stripped of the meaning of the object that produces them and become autonomous entities that arise from both technical premeditation and chance.
Alberto Rios de la Rosa (curator)