This series is a collection of tableaus, which the starting point in the process was an attempt to penetrate beyond the representative "I," beyond the veil - and to reach intimacy and candor with the sitter.
I wanted to focus on the person and his natural environment. The exposure process led to the controlled selection of the items in the photograph so that they are identified with the photographed person, with the desire to create a contrast between the place, the lighting, the colors and the mood of the character.
I think that many people perpetuate only moments of achievement, success, and happiness. This type of commemoration is partial, tendentious and sometimes false.
Perhaps most of us are still captivated by the perception that only moments of joy and achievement are beautiful moments and therefore worthy of documentation.
I was seeking to expose the alienation between the character and its world, its surroundings and to reflect an experience of detachment and futility. Both in closed personal spaces and in open space - the figures are cut off and locked under an invisible veil that distinguishes them from their context. Their eyes are wide open, but they are not looking anywhere.