Portraits of unknown persons, looking at the lens, at the photographer behind the lens, at the viewer through their impression on paper. Faces as individual, unique and singular beings. Various sources of light, which light, by nature, is born on every human face. Light which multiplies at every meeting of faces… I wondered, first of all, how, and if, the look of the subjects –through its diverse nuances- could make us feel milk-brothers in life, and if it could make us feel co-responsible in a society which discriminates against its own body, attacks some of its members, and eventually devours itself under inhuman ideological pretexts of biological or intellectual superiority.
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