Landscape - Stratifications series
Every time I look at a space or a landscape feel to lose the opportunity to observe it from a preferential perspective. But there is a preferential perspective?
I can only photograph what my eye looks. The photograph becomes a mere recording of reality by which to reconstruct the structure in post production.
I register a multiplicity of visual paths by which I reconstruct slight movements, capturing the essence of space and returning a complex display.
My photographs do not describe reality, but more complex layering which reality is made.
I apply this method to show landscapes or places, overlapping tens or hundreds of images for to build a single photo.
The limit for to finish a work is the number of photos I took during the walk. In this sense, the work contains in itself a condition of perpetual unfinished.