This project explores the idea of visual absence.

Absence as a physical and mental perception of lack, a necessary condition for the creation of space, rhythm. A figurative synonym of vacuum, dimension always lived by man, connected to the sense of loss and finding myself.

By using my own personal history and background, I have turned back the time and place to contemplate the point in which memory fades. In this way, I look towards the empty spot rather than the filled spot.

What is not present is at least as important as what is present.