Six close-up photographs of a female body are laid out as a mosaic. An observation of each element longer than some time leads to an increase of the definition of the image itself.
At the beginning, the photographs are in black and white and without any detail; from this state, by prolonging the observation on each single zone, the observer sees a gradual increase of the definition until the next level of detail is reached. In the same way the image passes through the following states until the degree of definition corresponding to a perfectly sharp colour photograph is attained.
all texts and images by Stefano Coluccini © 2002 S. Coluccini