TITLE: Asimetrías Urbanas
Space does not have a form by itself, we are permanently framed in it and we move through its volume, we perceive the objects, the forms, in the same way that we feel the breeze, we hear sounds and smell fragrances and if it were not by the limits impose and setting its borders, its appearance, qualities, scale and its dimension, would be different.
A geometric urban vision that rises up through discordant development, creating spaces of apparent chaos and random growth, that in themselves generate a sense of non harmonious misshapenness, a lack of proportion and balance, resulting in fascinating symmetry.
AUTHOR: Daniel Agra (Spain)
From a very early age I have been attracted to expositions and art books, photographs and art in general. Although my first real experience with photography took place when I was 20 years old, when I bought my very first Reflex camera with my first savings. I´ve always been an autodidact and I began to explore this universe making my way through different stages. Including one stage in 2005, when I decided to take a break, obliged by several circumstances in my life. In 2010 I felt I could contribute in a stronger way and it was then when everyone who surrounded me, knowing what I had done, convinced me to go ahead and publish my work.
In my case photography means a unique language, a personal perspective within a theme diversity. My preference is Nature, Urban, the conceptual model I followed in my initial steps. Mostly I try to tell stories, reflect ideas that come to my mind, looking for images to queries, beliefs, thoughts and develop concepts through photography.
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