[irl: dibond prints + 2 failed lenticular prints + many headaches]
Problematizing the concept of dehumanization, Ecce captures a social landscape in which despair, powerlessness and the loss of beliefs take grotesque forms. The characters are deformed and blended together in compact scenes, captured in static moments which resemble theatrical acts.
Ecce hides its violent narration under shiny and bright colors, bearing inside an unknown tragic context. The bodies lose themselves in a complex structure, forcing the viewer to depict them.