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The Amazon River

Amazon river - empowered by the forest, humbled by its inhabitants...
This, my first photo essay about the Amazon, is all about the river, the forest and its inhabitants... these images try to convey the contrasts and diversities you can find at the very edge of civilized life... a few words help you feel the place.

Locate Explore

From August 2010 to May 2011,
over 1900 disposable plastic cigarette lighters were collected
from 47 different waterfront locations
throughout the five boroughs of New York City.

Tide and Current Taxi

The Tide and Current Taxi is a rowboat water taxi in the New York Harbor, operated by the artist Marie Lorenz. Each trip is planned to coincide with strong tidal currents in the harbor, all documented with pictures and stories on this site.


“We know that people are formed by the light and air, by their inherited traits, and their actions. We can tell from appearance the work someone does or does not do; we can read in his face whether he is happy or troubled,”
— August Sander from “Man of the Twentieth Century

Altered States

"Coming from a material science background, my current work deals primarily with issues regarding science, iconography, and identity. My first series, Altered States, is inspired by nano science and quantum mechanics, and deals with deconstructing iconographic images and enabling the transformation of materials to new states: bringing airiness into solid, dense or heavy objects, and creating solid bodies out of fluids and light.


Sunday, 17 November 2013

This Project began with a reflection about the place of water in Fine Arts School in Madrid and its connection with the people. We do know that water is, at least in our society, a very handy resource: if we need it, we find it easily. However, there is not a thorough concern about this fragile and important resource. It’s well known that water comes out from the different access points around the Fine Arts School but, apart from that, nobody knows anything else. Water is practically invisible.

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