This series is a pointed investigation into the summits and valleys of faces, reflecting the distortions of our partial gazes. Eutopia Portrait is also an enthusiastic search of the self, through a shaky lens on different traits of a person’s face. It brings up the theatrical and the honest, the monstrous, as much as the harmonious.
Observing these faces, the viewer is observed back. But changing angle, moving closer, taking a step back, the spectator keeps seeing something else. Many masks and multiplied faces. These images bring to light different perspectives, discover bits of personalities, while the viewer switch from a partial understanding to an equally biased perception.
This series wants to pose a Pirandellian question. Can we be aware of our multitudes at the same time?
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