Adriana Rosell Richa
The mist rises and separates from the ground to form scattered clouds, revealing and configuring the landscape’s planes partially or gradually. Suddenly, it limits the ability to see and recognize places, hides, and brings them back when the temperature rises and the sun’s rays become visible. The above is the fundamental meteorological phenomenon in water processing in the high mountain ecosystem, the Páramos. They retain water, store it, and redistribute it.
This publication by the Venezuelan artist Adriana Rosell is inspired by her expeditions of the Páramo Verjón Alto (Cundinamarca, Colombia).
This book is a winning project of the
Scholarship for Independent Publishing
14,8 x 21 cm