Anna Taratiel


Series of transparent PVC surfaces suspended from a metallic structure by rails of differing degrees of depth house basic geometrical compositions cut in translucent, monochrome PVC. The result, luminous, fluctuating and stenographic, evokes dialectic concepts such as transparency-opacity, emptiness-accumulation, and nucleus-complement.

Every module can be moved by the user to make a personal composition, as in a variable diorama or a kaleidoscope. The successive application of subjectivity and taste to the same component generates the variations on the pattern, making personal expression into the substrate of a relational space.