ULMO Muermo Voyencum by Alexander Sutulov

ULMO Muermo Voyencum

ULMO Muermo Voyencum by Alexander Sutulov

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Drawing: Digital on Paper and Other.
Size: 49.2 H x 49.2 W x 0.1 in
Chilean Native Forest Survey: amongst the 21 species which comprehend the current study of Chilean rainforest comes to mind the concern about the destiny and protagonist role of tomorrow in the context of a globalized world which will intrinsically depend on an environmental economy. Together with its out bursting beauty which reveals itself through its morphology, give reason to Chile´s singular geophysical dimension, from its foliage, particularly in what is understood as the cold rainforest or Patagonia; results a water resource and fresh water quality that nourishes so much fjords, snowdrifts as glaciers. A morphological study which considers an average of 200 picture frames per tree, seeks out more than an objective view, such is the case for conventional photography in the sense of capturing natural light under one single frame, the more subjective aspects where the variant of light is a byproduct of multiple exposures. This construction in the form of horizontal and vertical panning is the basis of an exotic landscape the same way nineteenth century naturalist Alexander von Humboldt, described the extraordinary geographic and geological condition of the New World. Species like Lenga (Nothofagus Pumilio) or Coihue (Nothofagus Dombeyi) which in some cases manage to survive over 800 years at the base of active volcanoes makes explicit the contortions of its branches which absorb the nutrients of richly mineralized subsoil. This authentic explosion of nature intertwines its delicacy in the nearby brilliance of an unpredictable volcanic world. We have been eyewitness in how historically Northern Hemisphere densely populated countries; human existence depredation over nature has been irreversible. In this respect, the role of more insular countries like Chile will require twice the responsibility on behalf of its inhabitants that goes for the well keeping of a natural autochthonous legacy in the same measure we may consider, an everyday conscious awakening about its true richness. In the context of the above, the work to be done has a horizon in how to deepen qualities which singularize Chilean landscape from an autochthonous perspective. When we ask ourselves the reasons of such a curious geography; great part of the answers lies ahead precisely in descriptive aspects of its morphology. Part of an identity and sense of belonging process relates to a greater commitment to the wellbeing of a community. The luxury which represents the coexistence with a unique surrounding and the learning process for it to become part of our own existence is a path where many places in the world sadly enough can no longer afford.
Keywords: print, rainforest, trees, chile, giclee, native forest, morphology, landscape, nature