This project titled Leaves are my Fingers encompasses a production focused on conceptualizing the relationship of man and nature in a poetic and symbolic way.
Through visual parallelisms between the body and nature a mental state and a particular mood materializes, but which in turn flees from any determinism.
Staged portraits and environmental photographs create a narrative that seeks to reflect on symbiosis as a result of established relationships: the care and destruction of nature/self.
It also reflects on issues such as provenance, roots and rootlessness. The work appears as an irrevocable consequence of an identity search that does not seem to end.