Dates2018 - Ongoing
- Locations Rome, City of London, Saint Petersburg, Palermo, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Quantum entanglement is a quantum mechanical phenomenon in which the quantum states of two or more objects have to be described with reference to each other, even though the individual objects may be spatially separated. (source Wikipedia)
As the Western philosophy glorifies the idea of individualism, our differences at times overshadow the similarities.
In the times when international politics is guided by the growing number of walls and borders, the fear of ‘other’ is on the rise and the awareness of our similarities is there to remind us that we know how to stay together. We are more than 7 billion unique individuals living on Earth but our lives are all intertwined in the web of global human collective.
In this series of portrait we document the random encounters made with friends, siblings, spouses, relatives and spiritual companions. We observe how these couples reflect the common space that they share, how they create common patterns.
We see how individuals find the way of dialogue between them, while a long process of adaptation and natural mimicry is in action.
These photographs are a testimony that close contact can bridge the gaps of our differences.
Entanglement is an ongoing project aimed at collecting a complex body of work. We will keep collecting portraits in different places of the world and shoot a final self-portrait. The collection will be available to the world in form of a digital archive, and hopefully in a photo book.