Импулси / Impulses
With the use of an archive dating its creation from my birth until present time, I created a collection of narratives that reflect my life. The work is not an accurate and absolute interpretation, but it is capable of exposing seconds of my existence. The flow of images follows me growing up and discovering the world, while my hands are eagerly snapping and writing. These records speak with my own voice recounting the sentimental memories.
The beauty of photography is that it embalms time. The duration of an image depends on how long the viewer will keep himself picturing the story behind it. Photography is capable of preserving and conserving moments. It leaves a permanent trace of the past, which lives also in the present and the future. A single image can return one to his most distant memories, it can remind of things never recalled before.
I looked at life as a fragmental experience. All that happens is divided into pieces inside of our minds. Connections are logical, but not chronological. The elements forming the memories are chaotic and accidental. I am building a puzzle and joining the pieces to get to know myself from a bit closer. The use of different sizes and random chronology is to suggest that the chaos can be regarded as the order of our lives.