In my everyday life I find the images in ElefanteCidadeSerpente [ElephantCitySerpent]. I look for traces of a urban man and I take his objects and spaces to myself. Situations present themselves in obvious casual actions. Exploring human tracks, I see just how particular anonymity in large cities is, and just how my subconscious disrupts everything. Everything that is interior becomes exterior, suppressing the boundaries between reality and imagination. Building images, I summon other worlds, suggesting reality dimensions often enigmatic. In this environment, my spectator is invited to decipher them.
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