This series of images is about my aunt, namely about last year, in which she became bedridden due to health problems. With this work I wanted to portray also what is most familiar to her, the objects that always identified her, the few things she kept during her whole life, has a ballast of her existance. I photographed her space, what she came to conquer over time. I wanted to show how most of the objects refer to nature, as a primordial connection to earth, being a person that always lived from what earth gave her.
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