Artist Almudena Romero questions production and consumption with her ephemeral organic photography

Almudena Romero ‘The Pigment Change’, 2020 © Almudena Romero A canvas of sprouting greens reveals a fading figurative image of family. The watercress has taken only a few days to grow thanks to the nitrate-rich Spanish water used to cultivate the seeds. As the green grows, the negative projected onto the cress panels fades. Eventually, the living artwork returns to earth. This is Family Album, the last chapter in The Pigment Change... Read More