Wet is an ongoing project that San Antonio artist and photographer Jorge Villarreal begun in the summer of 2016 in Havana, Cuba. in this series, Villarreal uses spontaneous and uncontrolled condensation, water, or soap to create dreamlike landscapes. The interactions between surface and substance creates sensuous blurred visions to form the lack of lines and structure resulting in captured clouds of color that occupy space. Since the depth of field is disturbed, the surface becomes the only true subject matter and what is beyond becomes an alternate reality.
       
     
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 Wet is an ongoing project that San Antonio artist and photographer Jorge Villarreal begun in the summer of 2016 in Havana, Cuba. in this series, Villarreal uses spontaneous and uncontrolled condensation, water, or soap to create dreamlike landscapes. The interactions between surface and substance creates sensuous blurred visions to form the lack of lines and structure resulting in captured clouds of color that occupy space. Since the depth of field is disturbed, the surface becomes the only true subject matter and what is beyond becomes an alternate reality.
       
     

Wet is an ongoing project that San Antonio artist and photographer Jorge Villarreal begun in the summer of 2016 in Havana, Cuba. in this series, Villarreal uses spontaneous and uncontrolled condensation, water, or soap to create dreamlike landscapes. The interactions between surface and substance creates sensuous blurred visions to form the lack of lines and structure resulting in captured clouds of color that occupy space. Since the depth of field is disturbed, the surface becomes the only true subject matter and what is beyond becomes an alternate reality.

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DSCF9916.jpg
       
     
DSCF9956.jpg
       
     
DSCF9790.jpg
       
     
DSCF9908.jpg
       
     
untitled-57.jpg
       
     
DSCF9880.jpg
       
     
untitled-66.jpg
       
     
untitled-84.jpg
       
     
untitled-61.jpg
       
     
DSCF9776.jpg
       
     
untitled-25.jpg
       
     
untitled-59.jpg
       
     
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untitled-150.jpg
       
     
untitled-180.jpg
       
     
untitled-139.jpg