SOLITUDE series (40/260)

2018 - 2020
Printing on photo paper.

30 x 20 cm

This series is an ongoing project, currently composed of approximately 250 photographs. These are images that enunciate daily activations where physicality touches on issues such as solitude, deprivation and poetic creation. As a starting point I also evoke contemporary relationships based on geolocation applications and the distance from the encounter, materialized in these ephemeral records that point to the permanence of enjoyment with the other.

With an interest in highlighting the character of the work linked to the plurality and repetition of everyday life between 4 walls, the images enunciate daily activations where physicality touches on issues such as solitude, deprivation and poetic creation, articulating frictions between:

semen

seed

dream

solitude

solitude

wish

difficulty

denial

empty

sadness

happiness

enjoyment

separation

exile

miscommunication

retreat

exile

introversion

muteness

silence

serenity

peace

Danger

fight

absence

lack

scarcity

deprivation

subjectivation

idea

aspiration

Image

repetition

absorption

concentration

contemplation

ecstasy

addiction

enchantment

compulsion

obsession

rule

practice

habit

mania

failure

licentiousness

infamy

stimulus

outrage

perversion

attachment

audacity

exposure

fragility

dependency

blemish

failure

milk

germ

birth

genesis

melancholy

fading

withdrawal

purpose

failure

block

barrier

hopelessness

despondent

affliction

doom

badlands

joy

soot

improper

rejoice

godliness

tenderness

attachment

devotion

abstraction

debauchery

Breviário

BREVIÁRIO DA SOLITUDE

Book

32 pages.
Publisher: Hybrid Landscapes; 1st Edition, 2018.
ISBN: 978-85-69970-13-2
13.5 x 15 cm.

Photo essay by Aldones Nino. The book, through an iconographic journey of self-portraits of the artist, reveals aspects of solitude, isolation and layers that involve the encounter with the Self. The series of images also tense and cross themes that impact the contemporary way of life.

JAÉN Series
Printing on photo paper
Variable dimensions

This series consists of a set of 20 photographs that integrate the doctoral research developed at the University of Granada in cotutela with the Postgraduate Program in Visual Arts at UFRJ. Starting from an exercise of looking at everyday landscapes, the records seek to reveal paths that are intertwined. This set of photographs were taken during the first year of research, initiating a series of investigations, which articulate issues and crossings between contemporary art and art historiography, inserting biographical notes that tension limitations between enunciation, power and rupture.

Composition