Intervals 7 (2016)
The photographs reflect a concern for the landscape, not as a geographical entity, but as a metaphysical phenomenon. Under the title of Intervals, this set of images taken at different latitudes and moments, refer to both light and time; that moment when nature itself violates and confronts the observer. The landscape appears as a metaphor. A show that seems built and retouched and that is nothing more than a game of perception. My photograph captures the detail and everything emerges from there. The fragment becomes an atmosphere and then perception is challenged. Air, water, earth mix to create sublime and peaceful scenes. Landscapes seem artificial but they are nothing more than the result of an attentive view of nature.