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Cyanotype is an antique photographic printing technique from the 19th century. In this process, a Prussian blue image is produced by developing an object or photographic negative using iron salt solutions and exposing it to ultraviolet light.

I find the world of possibilities that cyanotype offers truly fascinating. I enjoy every step of the process, from hand-sensitizing the paper to experimenting with challenging tonalities. Even the anticipation of waiting for a sunny day to develop adds to the connection I feel with the process.

I was born in a small fishing town in northern Venezuela, which is perhaps why I draw a great deal of inspiration from the sea and nature. I love merging my photographs with real objects and capturing that ephemeral relationship, as much as creating images without using photographic negatives, giving them life through cyanotype.

I am enamored with the idea of printing my work with my own hands and, furthermore, exploring treatments and techniques that allow me to navigate new territories in both photography and printmaking.

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