The throwing back by a body or surface of light, heat, or sound
without absorbing it.
serious thought or consideration.
Ramón Laserna's installation remind us of his permanent (and
renewed) interest in the line, which in art usually takes care of
"writing" forms. But his are preexisting lines that he finds in urban
landscapes or lines drawn relying on chance dictating the length on
a graph paper.
This work, although it also appropriates present places (the
"zocalos" of the city of Honda) the line that it finds is of a much more
subtle nature, what is more, it could be an imaginary line that the
eyes suppose to see between two blocks of color.
But Laserna brings the reflection to the limits of perception and
does it through the reflection. Where is the line? Does it break? If the
colors are mixed in the image / reflection, does the line stop being a
Water is responsible for reflecting, not as a mirror but from its fluid
and unpredictable nature. Any movement will compose a new image
and let the colors suggest a line.