My recent research aims to overcome the classical “key point” of photography, which consists in capturing a single instant in space and time, sometimes culminating in the well known “decisive moment” of Henri Cartier-Bresson.
In projects such as “Around” multiple points of view of the same subject are put together in a single image. Several segments of space and time collapse into a complex-layered unit, just like an entire movie that would have been taken by turning around the subject and fixated on one frame. This creates a dense stratification of details and gives the viewer a richer and deeper dimension to explore, while maintaining the power of visual synthesis that photography offers in respect to cinematography.

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