The image of the world is stored on hard drives, in digital devices. But what kind of world can be saved there? Guts in jpg format, unconnected interiorities that resemble our viscera more than an encompassable story.
Matías Uris has sorted out the streets of his own digital devices by selecting several photographic series, those that allow us to account not so much for all his work as to offer a map to navigate in his guts. TOSHIVA thus becomes an introspective account of the obsessive consumption of images and how the invasion of jpg conditions our lives.
Softcover + cardboard slipcase
Text: Jorge Moreno Andrés
Second edition of 50 copies