In a time where we live connected to our electronic devices in a constant and addictive way, our
body and mind adapt to new forms of communication and relational modes with technology.
The series Isolation Mode explores the mechanism of relation with virtuality, showing the mental dimension in which we enter when communicating through these devices.
Far from establishing an analysis of whether it affects positively or negatively in our individual
mood and its complexities at different levels, the series aims to show the desire for disconnection and isolation that we can experience.
The idea of entering into another dimension between the organic and the digital, between
natural and artificial or between fictitious and palpable. An ambiguous and conceptual route
in the form of a welcoming portal that hides and highlights the controversial relationship that
humans have with devices.
This series combine various media and artistic methods in order to draw these atmospherical
scenarios, approaching the observer to a new dimension.