I began to make scannographies in 2010 as a conceptual experimentation and my temporarly refusal to work with a photographic camera. Shortly after I found my self redefining my own photographic approach. By only using a flatbed scanner on the skin's model -no external lighting, nor lens or aperture to control- I ended up discovering this 'magic kingdom of a candle light'. Sometimes by questioning concepts, procedures or techniques is how we get answers and reasons why an image maker can break his own boundaries.
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