This image is part of a project called "Tableaux Vivants. Bodies and space". The images of this project highlight the desire... Read More
This image is part of a project called "Tableaux Vivants. Bodies and space". The images of this project highlight the desire to inscribe each element within a space composed strictly, so as to create a constant harmony within which the eye is induced to move with curiosity and amazement. The beauty of the photography of shows, especially of opera, consists in transforming that suspended dimension that precedes every theatrical instant into something that suddenly imposes itself for its bursting charm.
The most important element is the desire to seek a new relationship between the bodies of the actors, of the singers and the space in which they move. The ample breath given to the scenes is predominant and seems to widen beyond the boundaries of the scenic dimension and in which the delicate relationships between the individuals, that are present in large numbers on the scene, can be perceived.
The colours are rigorously controlled, using the whole range of tonal nuances, without using evident contrasts. Harmony and geometry are the key words of these photographs.