Curro Rodriguez is a visual artist originally from Spain currently living and working in Iceland. His work captures the interactions and interventions between nature and the body – Man vs. Nature – how humans have changed the natural landscape and how the wild recovers those lost spaces.

“In my work, I use performance, installation and interventions in the earth to create my own personal micro-universe.

These images are from one of my latest projects, Debla. The fear, strange and uncomfortable, to be animal and to feel excluded from the purely natural, to feel like an intruder both in the spaces in which man has intervened and also those that nature has reclaimed. Debla shows in these re-created spaces an insane unrest; a rarefied environment. A crack that leaves the atavistic, simple and uncomfortable. A cycle, a natural struggle to recover an invaded space.”

Enjoy…

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See more of Curro’s work at:

currorodriguez.com | Instagram | Facebook

All images copyright Curro Rodriguez.

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