“Through the creation of my previous works I have been consistently using self-portrait and auto-reference because we all perceive the world around us through our own prism and that is the only way of representing my vision of the world that surrounds us. I used my body as an aesthetic element of my photographs but in this series that auto-reference transcends to a different level, to the subconscious one, as I am trying to create a kind of “mental self portrait”, a reflection of a dreamlike vision.
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