Photograph of Artist DAVID GARCIA FONSECA
DAVID GARCIA FONSECA
Heredia, - Costa Rica



Original Artworks (6)

David Garcia Fonseca; PW6, 2007, Original Photography Other, 50 x 38 cm. Artwork description: 241  possible worlds, piece 6. ...
David Garcia Fonseca
Original Other Photograph, 2007
50 x 38 cm (19.7 x 15.0 inches)
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David Garcia Fonseca; PW21, 2007, Original Photography Other, 67 x 100 cm. Artwork description: 241  Possible worlds final piece ...
David Garcia Fonseca
Original Other Photograph, 2007
67 x 100 cm (26.4 x 39.4 inches)
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David Garcia Fonseca; PW16, 2007, Original Photography Other, 73 x 100 cm. Artwork description: 241  Possible Worlds piece 16 ...
David Garcia Fonseca
Original Other Photograph, 2007
73 x 100 cm (28.7 x 39.4 inches)
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David Garcia Fonseca; PW12, 2007, Original Photography Other, 100 x 69 cm. Artwork description: 241 Possible Worlds piece 12...
David Garcia Fonseca
Original Other Photograph, 2007
100 x 69 cm (39.4 x 27.2 inches)
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David Garcia Fonseca; PW16, 2007, Original Photography Other, 75 x 70 cm. Artwork description: 241 Possible Worlds piece 16...
David Garcia Fonseca
Original Other Photograph, 2007
75 x 70 cm (29.5 x 27.6 inches)
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David Garcia Fonseca; Pw3, 2007, Original Photography Other, 100 x 67 cm. Artwork description: 241 Possible world, piece # 3. ...
David Garcia Fonseca
Original Other Photograph, 2007
100 x 67 cm (39.4 x 26.4 inches)
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Artist Statement

Possible Worlds

An essentially human activity is the construction of worlds, realities, truths and lies, like the culture, science, mythology, etc…
The only way to notice that a world is unreal is to compare it with the description of the real world, but reality is not defined, the reality was constructed by others, by us, our nervous system cannot differentiate between a stimulate and a hallucination, since both are single nervous excitations. For that reason, usually we resort to the notion of reality more extended, the rationalist and empiricist one of science, the mercantile one, of modern capitalism, and the bourgeois of the mental habits of the normal users of literature. The reality is only an axis of reference to evaluate fictitious worlds, the reality is, according to Rorty a successful narrative.
Leibniz represented God like contemplating to logics combinations from different individuals and choosing this world, like the set more coarsely compatible (thus inviting Voltaire to comment out satirical of which this one is the best possible worlds); and Aristotle who inaugurates this type of investigations through question the ontological statute of the future contingents.
The following series of Possible Worlds is an invitation to think about alternative universes that are defined in terms of specific changes from this universe, in the beauty of the nature and its forms, and in the implications that the technological advances and the human development have and will have if they are not ecologically correct.
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