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Phenomena, Sara Palmieri
Phenomena, Sara Palmieri
Phenomena, Sara Palmieri
Phenomena, Sara Palmieri
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Phenomena, Sara Palmieri

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Phenomena contracts time by redefining the space occupied by humanity in relation to nature, its scenarios of representation, imagination and control. She breaks the boundaries of what is perceived as real, allowing an often invisible dimension to emerge. Through a profound understanding of natural phenomena in relation to social ones, the photographer builds an allegory of creation that questions the hierarchies, the balance of power, the manipulation and the resources exchanged between nature and man.

The series presented brings together three different exhibition projects by the artist, placing them together in a new editorial form under the name of Phenomena: natural and artificial phenomena that hinder us and that we can see, we must see, to preserve our relationship with the planet. To guide us along the way, a small white bird - the first photograph in the book - which, starting from the dark and returning to the dark of the final pages, tells us of a world that has become corrupted, but which is not finished yet.

The edition is completed by the writer and poet Beatrice La Tella, who in dialogue with the images has created a text of great evocative power, a sort of choir that resonates together with the journey of the little guide: “man has inhabited everything. / With his hands he conquered all that carelessly ran towards him.” 

Published by DITO Publishing 
Edition of 150
Softcover, cloth
134 pages
260 x 195 mm
ISBN 9791280304124




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