Folding and Printing
Whenever one presents a photograph, the viewer can recognize familiar elements that bring memories, stories, impressions.
The familiarity of shapes and arrangements with our 3D space trapped in that 2D frame allows a conversation between our brain and the image, enabling us to have our interpretation.
In this series of images, I intended to explore how we would recognize familiar images of everyday life, including personal objects or spaces. The negative was manipulated by folding the roll in random places, creating different focal lengths and an unfamiliar image to the viewer, who is then asked to put that image together to remember its place and its time.