2017 - 2018
My work is about perception. From landscapes to everyday objects I present a new perception using a very minimalist and many times abstract point of view. I make use of geometry and abstraction as a visual language to create photographic compositions that may exist with independence from our visual references of the real world. In my process many times I work in multiples such as diptychs and triptychs. The images are usually fragmented and abstractions that represent a distorted reality.
Psychological Landscapes explores the idea of our thought images. Landscapes from our imagination, from our feelings.