Medianoche (Midnight) is a body of work that explores nocturnal rituals of insinuation. In this photography work, night-time becomes the stage on which courtship becomes almost ritualistic. Midnight refers to a fleeting moment – a line that divides one moment in time from another. It is then that a transformation happens, a metamorphosis, and an instinctive drive, from deep within, offers us the opportunity to show ourselves as less ordinary.
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