In the shadow of things

In the shadow of things

The brightest light

does not shine in the middle of the day

the most intense light

resounds in the silences,

populates absences,

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.

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