“The Art of Spectating” is a body of work that focuses on interactions between art works and visitors.
Away from the hectic, loud and fast environment of the city, I believe that the overwhelming silence and slow pace encourage moments of intimate dialog between people and art, which I observe in terms of emotional reactions, mimicking behaviours, juxtaposition, or simply casual linkages in forms, colours or body language. I also wonder if relations between art and art watchers are mere coincidence, or perhaps are result of a deeper subconscious psychology adopted in the context of a museum.
Each photograph part of this work represents candid and unposed moments, following a street photography approach with no interaction between me and the subjects.
London (2013 – present)