The subject of this assignment is myself. Directly or indirectly the photographs below speak about major themes of my life: the search of identity, the inner fight for finding it, the solitude on the way, and finding out of my beliefs , and express my point of view as it best characterizes me therefore expressing my vision.
Landscape is a space in time, where I am, to perceive it. Landscape could be a map , and in a point of it I am at a given time and my life would be the linkage of these points , of these memories, of these wishes to which I go back to overlay the present and the past and a possible future.
Image#1 travelling expands my horizon and makes me open to the world
Image #2 the connection between past, the present as anchor and looking to the future
Image #3 the winter of my life : the hardest moments where flowers were covered by snow.
Image #4 solitude among others , searching my way. Don’t know what I am looking for
Image #5 Finding my ground, posing with the face , on the same alley as image above
Image #6 Walking on my way, defined in the image by tram lines
Image #7 Hoping for personal exhibition is same with hoping to expose myself
Image #8 Communion with God
Image #9 Family desires
Image #10 Optimism
This assignment was the most personal one, talking about my feelings rather than general ideas. I’ve chosen to do multiple exposure because I wanted to show the close relationship with the environment I live in. I don’t know if I define them or they define me.
What I see it doesn’t matter but how I see it makes the difference. So man is the measure of all things! The camera is a tool which should record our inner world. And in the end this means I am expressing my vision.