Starting from a study on forgetting and remembering, Memorias de un Sujeto project emerges as a transcription of visual references and connections between images that set up a memory code. Through the use of the image and the photographic archive, the work consists of an exercise of compilation and documentation, establishing a neural composition from inside an individual, relating and hooking each photograph as if it were a brain connection.
Bus View, Memorias de un sujeto Prague, Czech Republic -2018
Castle Views, Memorias de un sujeto London, England -2016
A post-production work in which the images are gathered and addressed as a file, encoding and interpreting each connection. Memorias de un Sujeto investigates the way in which the mind relates, replaces or builds new images through past memories. The sight of two mounted guards in a park of London may refer to a childhood memory of a father riding a horse with a friend, in the countryside. an apparent fact that has no relation but has allowed in an almost unconscious way to take and process that new photograph, an isolated fact that suddenly becomes valuable.
Alzheimer's diagnosis, Memorias de un sujeto,
London, England -2016
Emperor, Memorias de un sujeto London, England -2016
Two Horses, Memorias de un sujeto Alcora, Spain -2018
Two Horses, Memorias de un sujeto London, England -2016