When I take pictures, I try that my images helps to analyse the configuration of the depicted place, his genealogy, as well as the given use by the people who lives and who lived there. Nevertheless, at the same time it exists an irrational aspect in my work. I choose in places that, in a sense, questions me not only for what they are, but for what they have been, for his simultaneously real and ghostly qualities, for how his past is at the same time present as the wrinkles in the skin. As Italo Calvino says in Invisible cities, the city is made by the relationship between the measurements of his space and the events of his past. As if that space housed a strange presence and the photography was the medium to transcribe it, just there lies for me the interest in photographing places.
Born in Castellón (Spain) in 1980, I live and work in Paris since 2009