Timequakes was born from my experience of the earthquake that occurred in Japan in March 2011. As an outlet for what I experienced at that time, I transposed the chaos of material destruction with temporal collisions. These are votive pictures created through the mingling of 15th to 16th century painted portraits with contemporary photo portraits against a luminous background.
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