My work consists in the registration of genuine features of places, identifying and analysing the relations of orders in which they organize themselves to form a new system. Without relations, there are no facts. And facts help us analyse reality, without running the risk to fail to distinguish the present with something that is not any longer. A landscape is never motionless or still. Every time a society passes through a process of change the economic, social and political relations also change. The same happens to the space and landscape that will transform itself in order to become adapted to the new necessities of society. Quoting Milton Santos, Brazilian geographer, “the past moment is deceased as time but not as space”. The landscape then is an uneven accumulation of times.
Experiencing these landscapes move me towards a broader understanding and perception of the space I live in. Then I am no longer giving the viewer just an image hung on the wall but offering another point of view through visual statements.