A mockup is a prototype or a rough representation of a design or product.
Mockups are typically used to get a sense of how the final product will look and function, and to test and refine the design.
Using a detached approach, the images of the 4 original paintings are screen-printed onto a single surface that forms the final work we see.
The 4 paintings used will then be totally erased or destroyed, allowing only their image reproduced on the large canvas to survive over time.

The aesthetics of the “installation view,” which was borne with the spread of blogs and online magazines, has forever changed the fate of
communication in contemporary art. This aspect can be seen in the ways and techniques of representing painting. It is no longer only the
canvas or the image that is seen, but also the irregular appearance of the wall behind it or the shadow underneath the painting, which enters
the perceptual sphere of the spectator, in fact participating in the final idea of the painting as an object or rather the painting as documentation.

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