"Everything science has taught me..and continues to teach me.. strengthens my belief in the continuity of our spiritual existence after death. Nothing disappears without a trace"...
Werner Von Braun
"I died as a mineral and became a plant, I died as a plant and rose to animal, I died as an animal and I was Man.Why should I fear? When was I less by dying?"
Jalal ed-Din Rumi
These days it looks as if human beings have forgotten that a particular natural condition on Earth enabled life to come into existence and evolve to the human level. Humanity is disturbing this natural condition on which his existence, along with the existence of all other forms of life, depends. This is like the action of a woodcutterSwami Vibud cutting a tree at the trunk, on the branch on which he is sitting.
Swami Vibudhesha Teerha
StatementMy work explores the relationship between life and death, not knowing what happens to us as human begins after our spirits have left our body, this is my afterlife and reincarnation theme, who knows maybe we do come back as a animal figures, as i have documented in my photographs. The meaning behind these images is that a trace is always left behind.My animal heads that i am using in the douple exposure's are taken at Museo Zoologico La Specola.
TechnicTo shoot my project I used a canon 5d mark 2 . Using double exposure gives us the sense of the spirit leaving the body and become a animal.I have used nature lightin all my images which gives the photograph morevisual effect on the eye.The reason I choose b/w is because of the image I was trying to creat, meaning I didn't wan'tcolors to influence because I was trying to creat a more bold and
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Foto | Photo by Sebastian Hobbs
FUA DEAN Laura Soave
DIVA & IDEAS COORDINATORGiulio Vinci
DIVA CHAIRDavid Weiss
CURATO DA | CURATORLucia Giardino , Enrica Quaranta