The series was born out of no intension or rush, from a photo which looked like a road because of the lines our bodies draw and follow. Some interpreted the skin in that photo as “a piece of dry land”, but the truth is that in the heart of the series lies the freedom to take roads without a plan as well as the often momentarily inspiration to see beauty without deep philosophical claims.
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