Since 2009, Clarissa Bonet has been wandering alone in the city, trying to capture the order and disorder in which many of us are living. Although referring to the tradition of street photography, her City Space project is made up of constructed scenes from her own experience or situations she witnessed. The anonymous city she has been photographing becomes a stage where ordinary urban life resonates as an internal space, sometimes surrealist, overwhelming, or poetic. Her most recent photographic Series, Stray Light, defines the urban landscape as a cosmos, in which each window opens on a distant individual life that...
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