Every day life.
These photographs deal with domestic, every day life scenes captured in a straightforward images. A disruptive and dystopian reality is present in a surreal manner.
The scenes can be divided in three main categories:Inanimate objects, human interaction, and conceptual displays.
These categories are characterized by mystery, vagueness, design and absurdity. I create a twist in a routine sights and build new contexts, new meanings.
In one hand mundane and domestic objects are transformed into something strange and surprising, in most of the ideas, the focus is on the objects, as such, they become the center of meaning and power, emphasizing loneliness and emptiness, but at the same time it describes the interaction with the human been, on the other hand these suereal sceneries asking us about essential questions, regarding our routine as a part of the society, our condicioned behaviour.
The attitude for the project is connected directly with the Anarchist concept of the freedom, which it locates the origins of society, knowledge, ecology, anti-established, comunity and human being.