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We observe the environment to find answers.
A deliberate declaration

We observe the environment to find answers. Without knowing the questions, we start off on a trip along the places of men, which are depicted by landscapes. Seeing comes before knowing. It tends to steal feelings, the action carries us to a dete… Read More
We observe the environment to find answers.
A deliberate declaration

We observe the environment to find answers. Without knowing the questions, we start off on a trip along the places of men, which are depicted by landscapes. Seeing comes before knowing. It tends to steal feelings, the action carries us to a determined moment, to an abstraction from nature discovering it as a landscape.
The discovery acts with pause, with no rush, registering knowledge in individual layers each of them distinct, gaining access to our inside with intensity, recording the data on a lapidary surface, putting them in order. An absent look comes across nature revealing metaphoric spaces that reflect the knowledge of an individual’s sensations.

Photographs boost those spaces; they remove them from reality and consolidate them as a part of it. Amplifying them. They undress the observer and throw him into strange situations at no time unknown though. Quoting Susan Sontag “Photographic images tend to subtract feeling from something we experience at first hand and the feelings they do arouse are, largely, not those we have in real life. Often something disturbs us more in photographed form than it does when we actually experience it.”

We obtain an intimate and introspective space, where the absence of anthropomorphic figures entails that the observer arises as the true character. The only thing that is still alive on the picture is the nature with its invisible claws. She is who is reluctant to perish completely, winning the last game after the first defeat. Read Less
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