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No Man's Land
The boundaries of our habitat are at work and triggering me lately. On the one hand disconnecting me from concepts of time and culture, while creating a space for reflection, and on the other, relaying the struggle between nature and humanity, leaving a lingering uneasy feeling of exploitation and demise.
Among these, I search for the serendipitous confluence, where order and chaos, beauty and death, mind and matter coincide. At the photographic equilibrium point, the physical space becomes cerebral and the internal vision manifests itself.
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