​AUDREY PALACIOS​

Metamorphosis - Donostia

Limited Edition of 10, 2017, 29.3x19.8

Analog Photography, Printed on Photopaper

Untitled - Chicago

Orginal, 2017, 49.8x74.2

Analog Photography, Printed on Photopaper

Breathing Space - Parco Archeologico di Pompei

Original​, 2017, 49.8x74.2

Analog Photography, Printed on Photopaper

Untitled - Chicago

Limited Edition of 5, 2017, 29.3x19.8

Analog Photography, Printed on Photopaper

Stretching - Donostia

 Limited Edition of 5, 2017, 74.2x49.8

Analog Photography, Printed on Photopaper

Transfiguration - Milano Centrale

Orginal, 2017, 49.8x74.2

Analog Photography, Printed on Photopaper

Pavements are places of transition, movement and connection.  Places of social interaction and commercial and cultural activities. Usually located on both sides of the road, they separate the driveway from the buildings.


As thresholds between the public and the private, they represent the duality of the inside and outside; neither here nor there. They are places of great energy exchange and adjustment as non-movement is unnatural. Stability does not make things last in time - what lasts, transforms.

Pavements are the membrane of the urban world, as varied in texture, thickness and colour as the very skin of the human body. In the same way, they hide things of great interest - electrical and data cables, gas and water pipes; everything needed to live.

Like skin, they show us their fragility by communicating what’s inside with the outside, allowing movement and exposing themselves to fracture.

Cracks, those accidental injuries, are the small and insignificant details that make a city. In memory of the aggression suffered, they are scars of the disruption to continuity, of the split of the natural order that we do not control. They are the breaks which force out what cannot be contained.  Breaks from where we access those secret and intimate spaces, seeing what we do not usually see: the inner world, the dreams, the absence, the chaotic world, the doubts, the non-absolute truths.

Without these hollowed spaces, there would be no pause. It is the silence of the pause that allows the continuity and the change itself. It allows the power to communicate and to cross to the other side, without fear of falling: the continuous creation.

Secret Space - Madrid

Original, 2017, 74.2x49.8

Analog Photography, Printed on Photopaper

Inspired by the built environment, decaying food & the human figure 

I explore the depths of the body on its surface: the skin…​​

Fragments - Rome

Original, 2017, 49.8x74.2

Analog Photography, Printed on Photopaper

Artist paintings sculptures and installations