Photography has the capability of creating narratives. The moment when a static piece of information gets captured, it becomes a springboard for multiple stories. This happens when choosing the subject matter, discriminating elements to include them in the composition, creating relationships that sometimes are none existent but become one by forcing them into the frame.
What if we could erase from this process the sense of time? The sense of when this moment was lived. What if we could devoid this narrative of the sense of place? Imagine we can eliminate the notion that we could have been there, the nostalgic invitation to the observer to try to recognize a place.
This is a voyage to a place that needs to be invented, one that has not existed in time. This is the evidence before the moment. Because if photography takes the observer to a time and place that no longer is, it might as well take her to a place and time that never was, that will never be.
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