Magma is an invitation to an internal journey, basically composed of self-portraits and landscapes. Its title here is just the right metaphor. This work is a narrative construction, a stroll from twilight to the heart of the night, an internal story that makes that which cannot normally be, appear: magma is what by definition cannot be photographed.
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