Photo series, color lambda print, shadow box frame 65x120cm and 54x154cm, 2010
A free fall of characters into the vertiginous image perspective is a reoccuring motif in cinematographic movies. This visual effect, which often occurs at
a crucial point in the narrative, could be seen as a representation of the complex relationship between the image and the viewer.
The viewer’s immersion in the movie and identification with the characters coexists with the distance between him and that «other world» of images.
These two antagonistic movements, of involvement and distance, are constantly mixing in the psychic space of each viewer. Not only do images penetrate our minds, but they are also recreated through the transformative and selective process of our memory.