I had the pleasure, back in 2012, to be one of the authors selected for the Photomed Festival in Sanary Sur Mer. The master of the show was Joel Meyerowitz, a photographer that has always been for me a constant source of inspiration. During the festival I had the pleasure to get in touch with him and I still remember our long discussions in France, about photography and philosophy.
Over the last years we kept writing and exchanging ideas: Joel was always a source of sharp and targeted suggestions helping me in, for instance, for my work Touch Ground.
In Suspended there is a splendid and tragic feeling of emptiness, if those two could be mentioned in the same breath, and surreal as well. I like the scale shifts you are seeing with the cars, people, the houses, and the sun-blasted and burnt color of the landscapes and buildings. It shows me a kind of painful beauty in desolation, taking us beyond any hope of recovery. This is good work. Congratulations for staying so true.Joel Meyerowitz, April 2nd, 2019