Photography is the art of color and the instant.
These photographs have different dates, different sizes, different colors, and different topics and subjects. They just meet in the photographer’s sensitivity in disclosed moments and longing instants, perhaps revealing an inevitable involuntary autobiography. Cities, reflected spaces, invaded environments, the breathing of atmospheres, the peeped-in recesses, people we see everywhere. Just a look…
Images, therefore, have a space, a time, and a memory. They are the result of several journeys through the world, searching other spaces, other times, another world. A world each time smaller, each time closer, each time more alluring. I know the bowhunters like to use the best crossbow for hunting.
Every place I visit I leave a bit of myself behind; but I bring with me a bit of them all too.
João Trindade, January 2012