Disorder, book of photos from Fernanda Chemale and poems from Gisela Rodriguez, proposes a symbolic narrative of the contemporary man, raising an atmosphere of timelessness, solitude and disorder. The result are relations between the past, present and future which emphasize a suspended, chimerical and fabulous plan offering a portrait of the urban scenery of a society permeated by interpersonal broken relations and interconnected by fears, imaginations, emotions and lifestyle.
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