A Thousand Windows is an exploration of building facades that become infinite reticles of repetitive cells, which contain in them the concept of unifying the relationship of the human with the world, or rather, a way of removing all individuality and converting the human in a robot destined to repeat his work daily inside his cell until his death. The uniformity of these cells is broken by the impulse of each inhabitant to seek to "personalize" their landscape, all this subtracted by the new form of facades with reflective windows that hide everything and become a reflection of what surrounds these buildings.
1007 Windows, 2018
Javier Rey is a Colombian artist & photographer. His work has been shown in many collective exhibitions, one solo exhibition and several international art fairs such as ArtLima (Peru), Scope Art Fair (Miami) and La Feria Del Millón (Colombia). Rey's work has also appeared in books such as "Unlocked", by the Greek collective Atopos, and was chosen as one of the 145 most relevant visual artists and photographers on the web in 2015. His photographs in which he explores the physical structure and the possibilities of sculpture through photography have been featured in several publications in Colombia, USA, Mexico, Germany, Spain, Denmark and other countries.