Travessia is a change in state, a voyage without return. The passage of time is important to a crossing (it should not be determined) as well as learning (the sum of knowledge gathered during the crossing) and unexpected events (to make it unique). The essay presented here interprets a crossing, that could be my own story of making photographs everyday while accepting interferences and noise of materials and equipment that have passed their finest hour and researching to be able to use them like this.
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