Space Reflected

A church in Florence or a street in Berlin – seen through the usual 3-dimensional prism – will always stay what they are: a church and a street. Seen through the prism of reflection however – in a bar, shop or restaurant window – opens a new dimension and generates unexpected views on what surrounds us.

Capturing this dimension and creating unusual visual spaces is what I am looking for: spaces with their own atmosphere, multiple layers, and merged perspectives. Spaces where the real and reflected meet, mix up, and where the frontier between the genuine and illusion get blurred.