Between Finger and Thumb is an autobiographical work that analyzes the notion of memory in the family environment. In this project, I use the camera to stage and reconstruct the most intense memories from my childhood, all taken in the house where I grew up. Each image corresponds to a specific event and emphasizes the symbolic value of everyday objects.
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