Domestic Gestures is a series of photographs depicting scenes occurring in daily life.
The work is a simple illustration of the gestures that we have unconsciously, focused on the little changes in the face and body position that reflect a certain fragility in emotional places. These scenes are juxtaposed to exterior images, connecting the intimacy to other physical realities which give a sense of infinity. Trees, plants and water being some of the most consistent elements in life and on earth.
In combination with nature, the photographs form a synthesis of ordinary moments always incomplete and peripheral, as a friend who is swimming and the whirlpools of her wet hair follow naturally fig tree roots and shapes. The human body shapes are disrupted with natural elements, following the same lines.It’s about creating a connection between people in their own built spaces with eternal and distant landscapes, from the core to the outside world.