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Why does something push somewhere, why does it float, whirl, slide, burst or fall? Where does it come from, who is its thrower and why? What does it want, does it wander about?
The causes remain latent, intentions are only indicated. Things hang in the sky much in the same way that bricks don´t, they have a trajectory to fulfill. The path of production and consumption lying behind them is simultaneously the story of things to come.
 
Trajectories in Mind is a photographic journey into capturing kinetic and ephemeral momentum.
Facing vast areas and static structures, the proposition of the active things remain ambiguous, its vector has to be completed by the thoughts, assumptions of the viewer. The element of action can be casual or tragic, it can be accidental or revolutionary, but either way it serves as a starting point for the emergence of gesture itself.

 

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Trajectories in Mind
Digital photographies
Print on paper
60 x 90 cm

2020