Ceres Corn, 31 %.
Ceres Corn, 31 %.

Percentage of world total cereal consumption.

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Ceres Rice, 28 %
Ceres Rice, 28 %

Percentage of world total cereal consumption.

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Ceres Wheat, 27 %
Ceres Wheat, 27 %

Percentage of world total cereal consumption.

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Neptune  I
Neptune I
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Poseidon II
Poseidon II
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Neptune  III
Neptune III
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Neptune IV
Neptune IV
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Neptune V
Neptune V
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Neptune VI
Neptune VI
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Neptune  VII
Neptune VII
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Poseidon VIII
Poseidon VIII
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Venus I
Venus I
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Venus II
Venus II
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Venus III
Venus III
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Venus IV
Venus IV
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Aphrodite V
Aphrodite V
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Aphrodite VI
Aphrodite VI
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Aphrodite VII
Aphrodite VII
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Venus VIII
Venus VIII
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Dionysos I. Alcohol, 81,9 %
Dionysos I. Alcohol, 81,9 %

Percentage of drug consumption among 13 -18 years old students in Spain.

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Dionysos II. Tobacco, 35,3 %
Dionysos II. Tobacco, 35,3 %

Percentage of drug consumption among 13 -18 years old students in Spain.

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Dionysos III. Cannabis 26,6 %
Dionysos III. Cannabis 26,6 %

Percentage of drug consumption among 13 -18 years old students in Spain.

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Dionysos IV. Cocaine, 2,5 %
Dionysos IV. Cocaine, 2,5 %

Percentage of drug consumption among 13 -18 years old students in Spain.

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Dionysos V. MDMA 2,2 %
Dionysos V. MDMA 2,2 %

Percentage of drug consumption among 13 -18 years old students in Spain.

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Dionysos VII. Hallucinogens 2 %
Dionysos VII. Hallucinogens 2 %

Percentage of drug consumption among 13 -18 years old students in Spain.

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Dionysos VII. Volatiles 1,2 %
Dionysos VII. Volatiles 1,2 %

Percentage of drug consumption among 13 -18 years old students in Spain.

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Diana I. Jömon Sugi
Diana I. Jömon Sugi

(Cryptomeri japonica). 4.000 years old. "Large old trees are among the biggest organisms on Earth. They are keystone structures in forests, woodlands, savannas, agricultural landscapes, and urban areas, playing unique ecological roles not provided by younger, smaller trees. However, populations of large old trees are rapidly declining in many parts of the world, with serious implications for ecosystem integrity and biodiversity." Global Decline in Large Old Trees Lindenmayer, D., Laurance, W.

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Artemis II. The Alerce
Artemis II. The Alerce

(Fitzroya cupressoides). 3622 years. "Large old trees are among the biggest organisms on Earth. They are keystone structures in forests, woodlands, savannas, agricultural landscapes, and urban areas, playing unique ecological roles not provided by younger, smaller trees. However, populations of large old trees are rapidly declining in many parts of the world, with serious implications for ecosystem integrity and biodiversity." Global Decline in Large Old Trees Lindenmayer, D., Laurance, W.

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Artemis III. Te Matua Ngahere
Artemis III. Te Matua Ngahere

(Agathis australis) 2000 years old. "Large old trees are among the biggest organisms on Earth. They are keystone structures in forests, woodlands, savannas, agricultural landscapes, and urban areas, playing unique ecological roles not provided by younger, smaller trees. However, populations of large old trees are rapidly declining in many parts of the world, with serious implications for ecosystem integrity and biodiversity." Global Decline in Large Old Trees Lindenmayer, D., Laurance, W.

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Diana VI. Matusalen
Diana VI. Matusalen

(Pinus longaeva). 4843 years old. "Large old trees are among the biggest organisms on Earth. They are keystone structures in forests, woodlands, savannas, agricultural landscapes, and urban areas, playing unique ecological roles not provided by younger, smaller trees. However, populations of large old trees are rapidly declining in many parts of the world, with serious implications for ecosystem integrity and biodiversity." Global Decline in Large Old Trees Lindenmayer, D., Laurance, W.

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Carl Jung’s vision of the human psyche entails the inexhaustible task of reconsidering all mythologies as cultural manifestations of the collective unconscious. Therefore, gods and demons emerge as epiphanies of the Archetypes: primordial constitutive images common to all mankind, regardless of time and place, that manifest themselves symbolically through dreams, delusions, gods, and myths of all cultures.

 

Divers archetypes have been constructed in Jungian psychology from Greco-Roman mythology. Indeed, a myriad of images, personality traits, and psychological features derive from this profusely illustrated and celebrated pantheon.

 

The series Omnipresence looks into Greco-Roman mythology through the lens of photographic collage. It reflects on the archetypal substance of several deities, and offers an image of our contemporary reality created by the digital superposition of pictures.

 

Ceres / Demeter: a mother goddess, the fecundity of the Earth embodied by cereals, as the very foundation of culture. 90% of the human diet is based on three main grain crops that have been domesticated for millennia: maize, corn and wheat.

 

Neptune / Poseidon: god of the oceans, impetuous, overwhelming and violent. About 80% of the planet is covered by his dominions, and our subsistence depends on them to a large extent. Nevertheless, pollution and overexploitation result in the overheating of the oceans and the loss of its fish banks.

 

 

Venus / Aphrodite: the goddess of beauty, sexual attraction and love. In this globalized world of unparalleled human migrations, our diversity increases as interethnic and cross-cultural relations thrive. The images correspond to people of mixed ancestry during the paroxysm of orgasm.

 

Bacchus / Dionysus: the god of tragedy, ecstasy, and drunkenness. Every culture around the world has used some or many of the uncountable intoxicating methods and resources that lead to the epiphany of the Divine. The images presented are based on a study on the use of psychotropic drugs among young students –ages 13 to 18- in Spain.

Artemis / Diana: the goddess of virgin forests, and wild animals. She is the archetype of environmentalists, who warn us about forest loss. The images correspond to the oldest trees on the planet, whose very existence is severely threatened.   

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