Art
“An so on to Infinity” Installation by Valentina Berthelon at Kastanien, Berlin
Pía Dalesson
pia@comunidadpan.co

Valentina Berthelon is a chilean audiovisual artist based in Berlin. She began her Studies at University of chile in 1996 and finished them in the National Art center of Mexico City. She works in the intersection between visual arts, music and technology. Influenced by the world of science Valentina creates audiovisual pieces that evoke different forces of nature in relation to the human body and perception.

This exhibition was held in a new experimental space for art projects called: Kastanien Studio.

Visual representations of the universe, ranging from ancient woodcuts of the Earth’s creation, to hand-painted manuscript illustrations, offset prints, photographic images to contemporary HI definition visualizations of galaxies, have the power to show stages of our evolving self-awareness as a species. They also give a better understanding of how the universe works and our position within it.
“An so on to infinity” Is an audiovisual project of Chilean artist Valentina Berthelon, that takes you on a trip into a universe of astronomical images, It highlights the beauty and simplicity of low-fidelity material by using old images created without the technological tools available nowadays.

©Pablo Hassmann
©Pablo Hassmann
©Valentina Berthelon
©Pablo Hassmann
©Valentina Berthelon
©Valentina Berthelon
©Valentina Berthelon
©Valentina Berthelon
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