Irradiation of energy
Site Specific proposal which interweaves a fusion of sound and light. A large facility, where a constant concern for the relationship between surfaces, two-dimensional spaces and volumes, in the search for the existent connections between the individual, nature and its environment persists.
Becerra's artistic proposal goes in the direction of performative investigation and it is based on disciplines such as sculpture, installations, painting, photography, texts, audio pieces, digital images, expeditions and traveling projects of exploration. All of them are linked by the artist to obtain, "forms from spatial-temporal sources as diverse as distant, converging in the same relationship that reflects the prodigious scheme of the universe". The installation approaches America's past to contemporary proposals through the putting together of quantum physics theories and myths of first prehistorical tools.
Through the study of nature and its mathematical structure, Milton Becerra undertakes this process, based on the encouragement of the expansion in different directions of a radioactive source. This energy appropriates the space and turns it into a vector of the visual energy projection. In natural interventions where the projection of the lines made with natural fibers (ropes) flashes a variety of light rays and you can perceive how these spaces communicate with each other, reflecting the visual levitation performed implemented in the landscape.
The artist uses threads as structural elements in many of his works, knotting stone -the center of energy and visual highlight- thus creating an irradiation of lines that draws the space, simulating orbits of stones that defy gravity. These tension lines are transformed into visually projected waves which evoke vibrations and almost imperceptible sounds.