“In a work of art, “form” cannot be divorced from “content”: the distribution of color and lines, light and shade, volumes and planes, however delightful as a visual spectacle, must also be understood as carrying a more-than-visual meaning.” Erwin Panofsky.
One of the purposes of my work is to rethink the usual relationship between “form” and “content”. In my opinion, photography is not an objective representation of reality but a subjective interpretation of it. I understand photography as a language in which a personal message is involved. In my works, this message is designed to detonate a semantic explosion in the mind and evoke an emotion at the same time.
My photographs’ meaning is diverse since each image is conceived as a single piece of work. I am interested in talking about my specific human being condition; my place in the world and how I feel myself in it. Likewise, I want to hold a dialogue and interact poetically with the spectator, conveying my personal vision of existence, whether through a critique, an irony or a pure expression of a sentiment.
Aesthetically, all of the images are strongly connected with its conceptual aspect, suggesting us constantly the struggle existent between the passage of time and the permanence of matter. The works presented here have an open and shifting meaning, that which ceaselessly multiplies itself like rippling wavelets in a pond.