Polaroid photography, as an evidence, provokes the encounter and creates the object-image. Here.
Found in the search for an image that should be expressed in its fullness and in its conciseness at the same time. Poetry of the simple and the unique.
I was born before the invention of the SX-70, I adopted it in its decline, and I used it until its death and beyond, always trying to pay homage to it through its avatars.
For me, polaroid is one of the most important photographic inventions of the twentieth century.
I think it's a hard drug that deviates from all mainstream photographic pretensions and I'm getting more and more happy with it. I feel slightly embarrassed for exposing my addiction in this way.