Once I wanted to wake up from a dream in which people, places and objects merged with each other. I wanted to wake up and I could not, because I was never asleep.
I like to work with photographs which are able to have different meaning for different people. I have been working with multiple exposure in the last 18 months. It has been a way to mix aesthetic images with our personal story, real memories and the imaginary ones, with welcomes and farewells, being a child and getting older, dreaming and reality.
Multiple exposure, as well as intervention in my project “Imaginary Memories”, allows me to play with the oniric part from our surroundings and from ourselves.