Frases mínimas (2016 - present)

The title, Frases Mínimas, comes from a middle school assignment sheet found in one of my old notebooks. A minimum phrase is the shortest possible sentence that can be constructed and still have meaning. These sentences consist of two essential elements, a subject and a predicate. In my photographs, each image can be read as a minimum phrase, a self-contained unit with its own internal meaning.

With this project I am interested in moments of silence. I am moved by the beauty of a dirty sink and by the delicate gesture of two fingers touching. While collecting these small existences I am trying to get close to the most minimal structure of these everyday cosmologies.