The space-time unraveling.
The stretching of the place to the edges of the photograph.
A place that envelops and suffocates. That doesn’t exist.
There is a duty that is imposed by aesthetic and photographic research: to find new expressive keys.
The adoption of new tools to open spaces, fields of vision, new ways of seeing a place, a body and a story unfolding.
Using film is not a habit, but a need for liberation from a digital screen, the need to pre-visualize a scene and place oneself at the right distance.
The Noblex, a panoramic camera with a rotating lens, increases the complexity of the composition.
Photographs expand. They become Chronotopos. The evolution of non-places, where space and time mixes, merges. The visions lengthen.