The series is part of a photographic project inspired by the Apennine hills. This research aims to enhance, with the use of black and white, the landscape in its most harsh and evocative features and to investigate morphological changes caused by natural and anthropic factors.
AUTHOR: Maria Laura Borgognoni (Italy)
Born in 1979 in a family of artists, I live and work in Italy.
Graduated in architecture, but with an eclectic nature and great passion for the arts which allowed me to train and work also as a graphic designer, light designer, dancer and choreographer. I’m approached photography many years ago starting with an analog camera.
The space-time decontextualization and abstraction, the search for rhythm in the subjects represented are the fulcrum of my photographic work, which derives from a dynamic approach to space, in which reorganization and reinterpretation processes come into play. Photography allows me to show a different dimension, where the impression of reality can merge with a dream projection, connecting more with the emotional sphere than the rational or narrative one.
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