The street, with its natural light, its buildings and furnishings, becomes a scenic space.
The “characters” are not actors but ordinary people whose presence, captured between the urban wings, is translated into an imaginary space, out of time, into a theatrical dimension.
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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