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The evolution of society, has made that Mankind unconsciously become detached from its origins. Our ancestors used the fusion with nature as philosophy of life. We use it indiscriminately and aggressively to exploit, invade and erode.

The bed, as a constructive element, constitutes an invasion into landscape still untouched by the human action. This makes us aware of the importance of its preservation. It is as an anticipation to the effects that could cause the total loss of connection with nature.

The environment sends us messages that we will be unable to decipher, if we don’t accept the need for a regression that allows us to reconciliation with Mother Nature.

The title Islas Camarias cannot be translated as it is a play of words with the name of Islas Canarias —Canary Islands — and the Spanish word cama which means bed.


About the Author

Santi González
sanglemo Canary Islands, Spain
Canary Islands, Spain 1972 Lives and work in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

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