Into the landscape | history of an introspective trip
This series was born after a road trip along the Ring of Kerry in Ireland.
A dense fog concealing the horizon, particularly present in those days, became part of this trip.
Slowly driving along those roads, under a white light the gaze followed the outline of these gradually less defined lands.
The landscape could thus not be caught in the whole; it showed and concealed itself, at times near, at times far, in the rhythm of a slow breath.
These images, do not represent a simple visual documentation of the places crossed, but a journey through images that explores the intimate and personal relationship between the photographer and the landscape.
A visual journey that suggests a silent reflection between the observer and the landscape itself, in a dilated time, where the fog that conceals the horizon and makes it indefinite, leaves us with the possibility of going further.
By losing the measure and perception of the horizon, we realize the elusiveness of the landscape as a whole.
The resulting sense of loneliness and disorientation at times becomes the theme of an exploration that is as visual as it is introspective.
The contemplation of an undefined landscape through a seemingly aimless visual path accompanies the observer into a dimension as vast as it is intimate.
Beyond the horizon, the inner gaze can reach the infinite.