From previous publications
Some pictures of a serie called " El espejo y la psiqué"Photograph taken during the first quarantine, inside my house in Brussels, where I reinterpret Berthe Morisot’s painting “El espejo psiqué”, which shows a woman looking at herself in a mirror, a woman wearing a loose white nightdress.It was a moment when I was locked in my house for a long time, unable to see anyone, unable to dress to go out, unable to share intimate moments with anyone, it served me to look inside myself and connect with my inner self, as if I were looking into my own mirror all the time, a mirror that hides my my most intimate secrets .My house served as a backdrop for my photographs, where for the first time I could see the light coming through my bedroom window during a spring sunset.
My two favourite pictures I took this last week at the Atlantic Coast in Uruguay.Somehow, they both make me feel happy and at the same time lonely. I can relate it with how we all feel around the world these days, weeks, months, well this past year, isolated. Trying to escape something or avoiding it at all costs, knowing that people close to us could'nt made it through. Or not knowing what could happen next, but still, keep on going.At least, that is what these pictures tell me, or how I feel about them.Both taken with my DJI Mavic Air 2.A little about me:I am a photographer from Uruguay, landscape lover. I recently got into photography, about 2 years now. I've now realized how much stories we can tell with meaningful pictures no matter the gear we use, it´a all about how we feel and see things to make a moment look like a story.
During the lockdowns I spent a lot of time alone so took to my hobby of photography. During the first lockdown I created a visual diary of mundane things that I did. During the last lockdown I started to create double exposures to represent the turmoil of spending winter alone
About my Creative Portrait Photography Project:Title: AnalysisDescription: Analysis showcases how people tend to analyse their faces multiple times in a day. Every morning people look at their mirrors and start analysing their faces. Every single imperfection is seen with a little touch, stretch, zoom in and out, breath in and out. You wash and scrub your face to eliminate that imperfection you see but others can't yet you still overthink about how others will react to that imperfection which makes you perfect.
the simplicity of the moment - an analog photograph out of a zine about environmentally friendly producers in Switzerland. This specicfic Photograph was taken at an ecological Vineyard (HerterWein).
I feel like clicking pictures for me if a therapeutic thing just helps me u scape from realityMy work is nothing great just simply day to day things that make me happy hope u like it :)
My name is malpi palpi i made this poems using my collage skills, its in spanish.
Among the secrets, here is my not-so-secret secret. A part of me. But shhht, it stays between us !
I have a fascination with insects and buildings and my work explores the amalgamation of biodiversity and urban landscapes. I was trained as a printmaker so my work often incorporates elements of printed material as well as painting and collage.
My self portrait work is an exploration of quiet confidence and calm, moments of deep thinking and reflection, and most importantly a weekly practice to improve my photography. I’ve been pairing my self portraits with poems that I love. Poetry creates space for empathy, helps us to see our common humanity. Poetry has also offered me an opportunity to stay in and reflect on and heal from memories of painful experiences. I’m growing as a photographer and post pandemic when it’s more possible to photograph others, I hope to continue with self portraits as an exercise in self exploration, an exploration of my secrets if you will.
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