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Sediment explores the secret places where thought lives, using the magical qualities of photography of revealing the unseen, evoking the past, the unconscious, and mixing the real with the fictional.

Inspired on the limbo of wakefulness-sleep and life-death, it's a search for traces of the yet unseen; a universe made of an own imagery, where there is no distinction between the real and the imagined, where reason and magic are allowed to mingle in a natural and suggestive way. The images try to challenge vision and to evoke a silent uncertain place where nothing and everything happens. In the photographs, the protagonists are the objects that surround the humans, while the latter remain shut. The images show uninhabited places that suggest some sort of divine demonstration; a clue, a trace or a lead.

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