Cyanography by Azul LOEVE
44 x 32 cm | 2015
Cyanotype ink on handmade paper



Barely a trace of the dancers, a leg, heels
and all the frequencies that vibrate all around them.

Ces deux atomes dansants forment une molécule de tango,
une composition festive et concentrée, un abrazo fugace.

Le mouvement des corps, des pinceaux, et l’extension stellaire de la danse.


Visual exploration of Reality and Utopia as isotopes.

Brief reminder of physics…
The atomic number corresponds to the number of proton present in the nucleus of the atom, for example hydrogen, H the most abundant element in the universe and the simplest with only one proton.
Two atoms are called isotopes when they have the same atomic number but different numbers of neutrons, there are several isotopes of hydrogen and this changes their chemical properties. In our example, 3H with its two neutrons is radioactive.

The technique of cyanography makes it possible to create works from elements captured by the photographic lens, and from elements traced by hand, with a poetic pictorial treatment. A meeting of several facets on the same paper. A search for harmony through social movements or those of the dancers, in the abrazo of tango, the imaginary and Elsewhere.


Additional information

Work of art

on handmade paper Moli Ca l'Oliver 250gr


44 x 32 cm


Isotopy, Echo Tango


Azul Loeve




at the POC festival in Marseille, at the Rey del Compas gallery in the church of the Frères Prêcheurs of Arles, at the gallery of the court of Paris


Possible variation with the same negative, on order


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