Diane Drubay is a visual artist who uses the psychoactive effect of colours and the construction of landscapes to awaken emotions, sensations and awareness of nature.
During her residency, she focused on the colours of Iceland in the depths of winter in February through photography, telling the story of a future unfolding before our eyes every day. The series “SO2” is a photographic report of the landscapes in Stöðvarfjörður at a time when anthropogenic global warming changed the colours and the composition of our atmosphere. Her second series of photographies “Futurum Uelut” is a series where interfering colours captured in nature create a fantasized reality in a distant future.
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