Global south, global north. Colonized and colonizer. Primitive, modern. Nature, technology. We could keep on reciting cartesian dualisms until we ran out of them, if that moment will ever come in human history, and still would not be able to grasp the essence of what is going on in these pictures – or snaps of time and space, fragile while strong, capable of travelling both, or even able of making both disappear. Us humans have created many labels, binarism, to define each other and the world that surrounds us. The case of the opposites Africa-Europe is just one of the many – but it is the one that means the most to me. When I took these pictures during a period of four years in Cameron, I could not yet realise that I was capturing not only myself, but what I have come to read as the origins of humanity. Remember when we were humans, when the earth was earth, beyond all possible classifications that allowed some humans to exploit others and the very Mother? Look through my eyes and see the moments of before, of the beginning, of a cycle to which we could all fight to go back to. To life.