Limbo is a project about the search for young identity through the body.

Historically, limbo was the place where souls await to be condemned. In recent years, I took photos of people alone-together near smoke machines, sweat and sets, working as a photographer in electronic music raves.

A question was added to the stimulating and sensory effects of that nights: is LSD what it is, or is it 2C-B, amphetamine? The war on drugs has become one of the greatest dangers of our generation, due to the lack of testing of what we are consuming.

Limbo is, then, a fictional photographic project about the search for identity through the body.

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