Air, Daniel Forero’s project made of balloons
Air is the new project by Daniel Forero that tells the tension and anxiety of everyday life using balloons. Find out more in our gallery.
Daniel Forero is an art director who combines scenography and photography to create conceptual works with an artistic approach.
Air is the name of his latest project and talks about that precise moment of tension that precedes the balloon burst: you know it’s about to explode. Is it possible to represent this feeling so fleeting?
The artist has succeeded well, placing balloons between heavy blocks of stone and marble, positioned in such a way as to exert pressure and generate a sense of anxiety. The project can be interpreted from a psychological point of view, representing the state of tension to which we are subjected to everyday life, so the work takes on a conceptual character.
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