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Luciana’s installation works are truly remarkable, showcasing her creativity and talent in constructing complex and intricate installations that incorporate a variety of materials with different textures, such as wool, nets, cables, wire, glass, and more. The result is a stunning visual display that resembles a tree and an angel, evoking images of the first tree in the world where Adam and Eve picked the apple, carrying the memories of past generations, now tangled with the cables that make up the root of the internet. The level of labor that has gone into the creation of this installation is truly impressive, and it leaves a lasting impression on those who experience it.

The installation is not only visually stunning, but it also tells a compelling story. Through photographs, light bulbs, glass, pumpkins, and more, the audience is taken on a journey through the artist’s memories, much like reading a novel by Borges or Juan Rulfo. While the fragments of the story may seem confusing at first, the consistent thread throughout is the artist’s own personal memories. This approach to storytelling is both unique and effective, drawing the audience into the installation and engaging them on a personal level.

Looking forward, it would be interesting to see the development of the work with more elements as “fruit on the tree”, furthering the narrative of the story and adding to the immersive experience. Additionally, increasing the size of the already impressive work could overwhelm the audience with its visual and intricate details, creating an even more immersive experience that would truly leave a lasting impression.

Overall, Luciana’s installation works are a testament to her artistic vision and talent, showcasing her ability to create stunning visual displays that not only captivate the audience but also tell a compelling and personal story.