Grocery Sculptures

This series of photographs are called “Grocery Sculptures” and use as input fruits, tubers and vegetables from the Colombian countryside found in markets and shops. The intention of this work is to re-signify the forms of these everyday products, seeking to seduce new perceptions. In addition, it proposes a critique on global consumption; considering the fact that tons of food are lost every year due to the process of selecting and discarding that some countries make, throwing away the products that have unconventional forms or present imperfections.

Finally, these pictures are also intended to pay tribute to the work of Edward Weston.

All images © Andrés Rozo Samer. And may not be used without the express permission of the photographer. All rights reserved.