Reduced Observations is an ongoing archive inspired by astronomical observations of distant planetary nebulae and supernovae explosions. I reimagine their stormy structures as symbolic depictions of changing states, thoughts, ideas and forms within myself. Each work represents a universe of its own, resembling remote nebulae, novae or microcopic bacterial forms; sites of death, birth, growth and decay.
While watercolor may be the project's main medium, I view the archive as a form that is equally diffuse and pliable, allowing the potential to merge fiction and reality.
Reduced Observations takes its name from the astronomical practice of re-examination and data reduction of previously registered astronomical observations.