Por La Barrera

This collection of images focuses on moving closer to home, youth and a sense of playfulness, while still relating them with the decay that can be found surrounding it. There is a spectrum that can be seen within this life cycle, beginning with falling to the ground. The objects are dropped then submitted to the elements, and slowly age into the surroundings, sometimes re-disposed of, bulldozed into piles, crushed and twisted further. Here I have tried to view the space more broadly, from the residence around it, to the piles in it where the objects come to accumulate.

2 Replies to “Por La Barrera”

  1. Still think that menacing eye needs to be more prominent. While photographing the mask was well seen with the tight framing, you other images are too tightly framed, me thinks. You need more context. The one that makes a more contextual statement is the toy with the trash. leaves, and buildings in the background, but even then, the toy is too close to the edge.

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