Reconstructions_Ruins

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Reconstructions investigate, through photography, the problem of time and of memory, the way in which we can forget and remember. The Reconstructions are polyperspectival compound images in which each constitutive photo acts like an information-and-memory bit. The fact that these snapshots are taken of more or less the same place, yet at different times (after some minutes, days, months, years), confers on the final image a spatial coherence and a temporal iscontinuity.
The whole ensemble aims to reconstruct certain contexts and personal experiences that played out in the past in order to create some puzzles which can ometimes break qua “time windows” pointing to other horizons. There are other themes that some might see as constantly appearing in my photographs: monuments, museums, ruins, aging, death, the feeling of déjà vu and false recognition. All are in some way connected with time and memory. There are some themes that some might see as constantly appearing in my photographs: monuments, museums, ruins, aging, death, the feeling of déjà vu and false recognition. All are in some way connected with time and memory.