The hidden framework of all stories is fragmented, like photography that aims to reveals certain emotions and energies, to reveal paths, gaps, and to capture the imagination and the experience of dreams. What I hope to offer the “viewer” is something different, or at least a break (a pause, a suspension of judgment), like an invitation to project one’s own personal and poetic logic, somewhere between bodies, shapes and colors.
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