Cardinal Essays


The word cardinal comes in its etymology from the Latin word "cardinalis" with the meaning of main or fundamental, derived from "cardinis" which can be translated as hinge. " That which acts as an articulator is also defined as fundamental, in this sense, these exercises aim to speculate on various geo-temporal moments and on the forms of understanding of these concepts, they converge through the intervention made by the use of the Cyanotype over existing images of Celtic ruins and objects, adding graphics corresponding to maps of the Caribbean territory.