Tears Underwater

Inkjet printing on tissue paper, light boxes, wooden table, text on wall


Tears Underwater was born from a personal path of psychoanalysis. The images displayed on the table converse with the wall text, creating abstract and intimate connections. The short story of a fish that is hardly able to emerge on the surface is a metaphor of the unconscious and operates as glue and interpretation for the photographs.
Within the presentation of the work, the light boxes illumination assumes a significant value, becoming itself introspective allegory: the light illuminates unaware shadow areas, where the ego moves and shows himself.