I’m still looking for my place

$67$172

I’m still looking for my place

$67$172

Is their beauty in order? Or just confusion? The accumulation of these stadium seats forms a surreal texture warping into an unearthly pattern, hints of shadows and light pull it back to reality creating depth and perspective. This original photograph draws artful attention to the geometry visible in our daily lives while playfully hinting at the deeper meaning with its sweet and retable title. The effect is left to the viewer to interpret;  to be absorbed by the mass of empty seats or to admire their effect from afar. 

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Massimilano Maddalena | Italia

Massimilano was born in Formia, a town located on the coast of Italy, halfway between Naples and Rome. He obtained a degree in Literature and Philosophy at La Sapienza University in Rome, and then continued his studies in yacht design. It was then that his need to express himself led him to photography, which he developed in a self-taught way until he studied Artistic Photography in Barcelona.

Probably that previous knowledge, in other areas of knowledge, led to a deep interest in the relationship between images and the medium that builds them. It is not in vain that a great part of his production always ends up in the intimate processes that allow connecting the external and the internal. His proposals are based on concrete concepts, which nevertheless allow the viewer a level of subjective interpretation dialogic with each work. Like all artists, his process has been a constant search, not only in terms of the concepts he intends to develop, but also in terms of photographic experimentation.

The benefit of digital technologies has allowed him to experiment and acquire skills through its wide range of options, a first step that has also facilitated a more continuous and direct relationship with photography. His proximity to analog cameras and the darkroom was later, also developing techniques such as cyanotype, salted paper, pinhole, etc.

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