On going

Dávila’s photographic cutouts attest an interest in the indeterminacy of viewing as consuming, when the proliferation of images is constantly testing our sense of place or time as viewers in order to construct history. By piercing or ‘cutting out’ the central subject in documentary photography, he compels the viewer to imagine, as an act of creativity, that which appeals to the common universal memory.

This series of works opens up into independent research lines: Cowboys based on Richard Prince’s work, Topologies of IdentityTopologies of Private Life, Buildings you must see before you die, Topologies of Light, Moments of Equilibrium Liechtenstein.