Cast to this world. 2017

This work is about civilization; the existence of humans cast into this world, moving, creating and doing, anything to avoid thinking that they are going to die.
Because death is the only thing which is certainly going to happen to every one.
So in the mean time we create, move, fight, destroy and develop things in order not to think about death.
This work is about existence, the creative side of existence with challenge and joy, under the different paradigms through which civilization runs.
When I was a child, I wanted to grow up to be a magician, a gipsy or an astronaut, because in the 70’s the evidence of extraterrestrial life was the paradigm. That idea blew my mind.
Nowadays the interconnected world is the new paradigm. Technology is the human being drive to carry on.

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Karina Etcheverry Roberto


Karina Etcheverry Roberto, Photographer. She was born in August 1970 in Mar del Plata, Argentina. She studied architecture in his native city until 1995. That year she moved to London where she lived for three years with her partner. Back to Argentina, she settled in Campana city, where she studied Visual Art and became mother of two daughters. In 2005 she moved to Mexico where she continued to study ceramics and photography. There she took part in several groups exhibitions, in both disciplines. Back to her country in 2009, settling in Buenos Aires she studied digital professional photography at the School Escuela de Fotografia Creativa, concluding studies in July 2013. She works as a professional photographer and a teacher. She lives and works in Buenos Aires. Argentina

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