Is a frieze book, a Leporello, a huge single image which creates a “second Nature”. This work revisits the idea of landscape as a garden which expresses what connects Humans to Nature . It is an iconic place for the cycles of life ( growth, flowering and decline) and a reflection of the society that shapes it. The superimposed images of flowers symbiotically entering asphalt forms shows us a surface that encapsulates nature since biblical times and can no longer be separated from it. Nature and culture inextricable, one becoming the other.
The photographic composition takes form between the idea of a world that seems to be heading towards a natural disaster and a future in which it struggles to maintain the force of resilience and resistance.