Sebastian Elizondo is a professional photographer with forty years of experience and work. While he was born in France, much of his career was carried out between Havana, Cuba and Buenos Aires, Argentina. His series CEMENT artistically depicts the disaster generated by this industry. “CEMENT is practically the source of all the development in the cities we inhabit. That raw material arises from cement factories allowing a large portion of humanity to have where to live and a place to work. It is also one of the industries that generate more toxins poisoning the environment, mostly carbon dioxide.”
The works belong to a wider project where the artist reflects on the large waste generated by huge machineries.
CEMENTO, 2020-2022, ink-jet print on fine art paper, 24 x 36"