The project aims to reflect the unexpected uses at any given time in a space designed for one particular purpose.

In a museum environment, associated with contemplation, silence, leisure and culture, violence suddenly erupts in a disturbingly normal tone. This reflects the fragile society we live in, and the risks involved of not being able to control the behavior of others; often as a result of the mood or mental health state they are in.

I started this project with an idea, that apparently at the end seemed not to be very clear enough.
Probably it's been the only case in which I let the photographs decide by themselves.

I shot very intuitively, pushed by the need of showing how I saw the world after an unexpected disappointment. 

Suddenly everything seemed to me too complicated.

I love you.

published on DER GREIF Magazine | Guest Room - Curator: Lesley A. Martin | 2016 january 21

The violence of breaking logic. 
Visual discontinuity can become an attack, anxious when the cause is unknown, so we tend to look for solutions to any problem, even the non-sense.

• PHotoEspaña 2015 Festival | Discoveries Week PHE portfolio reviews | june 1-6 | Madrid

The moon, in combination with the sun, exerts a force on the earth, causing the tides. The water comes and goes, and studying of the moon phases make it possible to calculate the water level at anytime and anywhere on the planet, as well as the ideal time for fishing.