L'Homme qui ne retrouvait plus son pays
The project is a visual narrative of the theatre play of Ian De Toffoli: ‘The man who could no longer find his home’. In the play, the characters discuss the means of forging a distinct and profound identity. The project similarly explores these means visually, and questions stereotypes and conventions. In the theatre play and the three artworks alike the focus is Luxembourg.
Luxembourg Volume II
Over the last twenty years, Luxembourg has emerged as one principal financial centre in Europe. The traditional rural life has given way to an unexpected boom of modern urban development including large expansion of the population, important social transformations and important changes of the urban and rural environment.
Still, there is a considerable inertia in the transformations of the society and the environment.
Soviet architecture in Kaunas
Lithuania, May 2018 - The photographs of this project is the result of the tour in Kaunas, Lithuania, guided by the work of the Architectural History and Heritage research centre of Kaunas University of Technology and Prof. Vaidas Petrulis, a Lithuanian architect, specialist on the Soviet architecture in Lithuania.
Same trailer, different park
Collection of photographs from Istanbul to Reykjavik.
People are the same the world over.
Each place is different.
I am not interested in capturing the immediately obvious features of those places, but rather in walking around looking for frames and moments that will impart surprise and visual interest to my photographs.
Google earth photos. This is a possibility that is provided by Google Earth. Of course, Google Earth images do not allow the photographer for decisions that otherwise are taken by him i.e. viewpoint, time in terms of moment and light, etc. Nevertheless, they do allow the key decision in photography, which is the frame; it is the photographer who decides the limits of the image, what is in and what is left out.
BnW photographs from a winter trip to Venice. An interesting exercise with BnW and a fantastic opportunity to visit Venice in a period other than in August.