Flux – Human trajectories in architecture (ongoing)

Flux is movement, life, brief moments overlapped to compose a scene. The motion, at the center of this investigation, is contrasted with static elements, such as architecture, that becomes a stage of coordinated and uncoordinated actions.

Time loses the split second to which is usually linked to in photography, and it dilates to narrate a pièce.

The actions of singles become a Flux, showing us a complete story in which a beginning and an end, besides rules, routines and patterns of use of a space are perceivable.

Weightless ballerinas, men and women squeezed between each other, cyclists warped by speed, daily itineraries in the night of a Senegalese village.

Flux è movimento, vita, istanti sovrapposti a comporre una scena. Il moto, al centro dell’indagine, si contrappone a elementi statici, come l’architettura che diventa palco di azioni coordinate e scoordinate.

Il tempo perde la frazione di secondo a cui è abitualmente legato in fotografia e si dilata per raccontarci una pièce.

Le azioni dei singoli diventano Flusso mostrandoci un racconto completo all’interno del quale sono intuibili un inizio e una fine oltre che regole, abitudini e modalità d’uso di uno spazio.

Ballerine senza peso, uomini e donne schiacciati tra di loro, ciclisti deformati dalla velocità, traiettorie quotidiane nella notte di un villaggio senegalese.

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