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Faced with the current challenges of pollution and climate change, this photographic series explores the abyssal depths where coral remnants are revealed. Inspired by Tim Ingold's philosophy on the intrinsic fusion of Organism-Environment, the aim is to offer an immersion into a coral cave, where marine geology unfolds in its most tangible reality.

This adventure is a meditation on interdependence: in a world where corals succumb to anthropogenic disturbances, David Munoz highlights the poignant metaphor of human fragility echoing the disappearance of these marine sentinels. Corals, silent witnesses of environmental changes, symbolize the repercussions of large-scale changes.

In a manner similar to how archaeologists and art historians showcase cave art, prehistoric art, or Cycladic art, the artist exhibits coral skeletons using similar presentation methods.


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