The subject of this research is the invisible, the connection between geography and the imaginary, the connection between bodies and landscapes, the connection also between the history of each person and that of Humanity, between everything that lives and the Universe. The artist makes use of her lucidity, of her sensory relationship with others and with the world to seize the subtle interactions among beings in both presences and absences, and provide an account of fragile and decisive moments. Suspended time, silences, nothing to see, just knowing that at every instant the vast range of what is possible is opening up to us.
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