The Insomnia Project started in 2020 and currently consists of 23 drawings made from the
projected shadows of different plants (mostly sunflowers) in the process of decay. The shape and quantity of these shadows depend on the presence of the lights in the space at the time the drawings are made. The fact that aesthetically they are reminiscent of fast production processes (such as silkscreen or digital printing) contrasts and plays with the point that it is a completely manual brushwork that involves a return to observation and slowed-down time.
This project opens up questions about our relationship with technology and specifically with its uses in terms of accelerating or delaying the processes of life and death. In addition, catching the shadow is an attempt to stop time and thus to immortalize.