The photography is my way of relating to reality. It’s what allows to express myself.
In my photography I always try to isolate the subject perhaps to convey a sense of inadequacy and alienation from the outside world.
In the project of the dancers, however, I don’t see sadness, or rather their isolation seems like a pleasant place to stay. Maybe they’re dancing in front of an audience that doesn’t exist, then without seeking any kind of consensus. If so, for me would then be a role model to aspire to, not a point of arrival and departure.
“Horses” is a project created randomly by a single click (“Exclusion”). It took me months before taking into account this photograph in which initially I don’t recognize myself; then I start this series that probably is not over yet and I don’t know if it will ever end.
This project has in common with the previous one (“Dancers”) a feeling of isolation, which in this case seems to me to be forced and dictated not by will but by fear.