The brightest light
does not shine in the middle of the day
the most intense light
resounds in the silences,
fills the empty spaces,
where man is a visitor in transit.
The photographs in “In the shadow of things” are an open look to a silent world, where man is perceived as absence, and light and shadow compete for the scene.
Freely ispired by “In Praise of Shadows” by Jun’Ichiro Tanizaki, 1933.