“The poetry of the image”This project is the line between death and life, the photograph that is equivalent to a... Read More
“The poetry of the image”
This project is the line between death and life, the photograph that is equivalent to a “this has been” that is to say, there is no possibility of future in it because it is limited to mechanically repeating what, on the existential level, cannot become to give, in the words of Roland Barthes.
It is there that makes me stop to wave in each microinstant as a death of many things, that is why I take poetry as the life-giving alchemical element to that instant death. The continuation of the underlying message; the death of the past, the death of beliefs, the death of definitions, the understanding of the death of the body.
Well, releasing everything that no longer forms that image will make us live conscious that MICROINSTANT that will not happen again and that will be captured by an image that can only have life through imagination.
This project, in addition to inviting each one of us to navigate in the depths of each image, invites us to observe our MENTAL images THAT BUILD OUR SAVINGS, ACCEPT WHAT IS ALREADY DEAD AND GIVE UP TO THE INSTANT LIFE.
The poetry of the image is a project that already has 4 poems contained in images, the idea is to expose all the images with their poems and create an installation.
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