Throughout history, books have always served as a recording tool, in which the testimony of something that has left a mark on the work of humanity is recorded for posterity. Memory is the cut that is made line by line as though it were a continuous text on the page. As each one of them goes by, the cutting lines interact, creating different formal relationships between each other and suggesting the relationship of each book with its content, form and memory.

Memoria, 2013
7,4 x 10,6”

40 gm Bible paper die cuted in SYL Graphics, Barcelona
Text engraved in laser by Origami Arts
Binding by Poncho Martínez
3 copies signed and numbered by the artist