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A hole in the night is a photogram made with small stones and pine leaves. The idea that smaller things are also great has a paradox.
I have always thought of photography as a trace, and everything in this world leaves its mark; even the discarded objects.
The photogram is the most direct way to record the traces left by the light. Also the most permanent way.
I like to think about photography, and look at it, as if it were a window. Many of the frames I have made are based on this window idea.
For many years I have worked with photograms and at a precise moment it was for me a language, a language with which to interpret my vision of things; always paradoxical.
The technique of the photogram encloses the paradox of being a photograph, but not multiplied by the lack of a negative.
Nature offers us, with all its complexity, the necessary elements to understand our existence a little.
A hole in the night is a photogram made with small stones and pine leaves. The idea that smaller things are also great has a paradox.
I have always thought of photography as a trace, and everything in this world leaves its mark; even the discarded objects.
The photogram is the most direct way to record the traces left by the light. Also the most permanent way.
I like to think about photography, and look at it, as if it were a window. Many of the frames I have made are based on this window idea.
For many years I have worked with photograms and at a precise moment it was for me a language, a language with which to interpret my vision of things; always paradoxical.
The technique of the photogram encloses the paradox of being a photograph, but not multiplied by the lack of a negative.
Nature offers us, with all its complexity, the necessary elements to understand our existence a little.
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ORIGINAL A hole in the night Photograph

Carlos Canet Fortea

Spain

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A hole in the night is a photogram made with small stones and pine leaves. The idea that smaller things are also great has a paradox. I have always thought of photography as a trace, and everything in this world leaves its mark; even the discarded objects. The photogram is the most direct way to record the traces left by the light. Also the most permanent way. I like to think about photography, and look at it, as if it were a window. Many of the frames I have made are based on this window idea. For many years I have worked with photograms and at a precise moment it was for me a language, a language with which to interpret my vision of things; always paradoxical. The technique of the photogram encloses the paradox of being a photograph, but not multiplied by the lack of a negative. Nature offers us, with all its complexity, the necessary elements to understand our existence a little.

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Photographer and filmmaker, I have always thought that there is a field where the limits of each art are blurred and the edges are confused with another means of expression. I believe that everything that surrounds us influences our way of perceiving the world, of being and feeling; Even the smallest and most insignificant things, and that's where my eyes focus.For years I worked in chemical photography and when digital photography appeared, it represented a real revolution in my way of working, but I kept the same conceptual aspects. Currently I use the two techniques interchangeably. I think we are all sponges that we absorb with external influences and also from our own experience. Here you can find a selection of my work. Since 2009 I have combined photography with cinema, making the short films The Criminal , The Announcent Goodbyes and nowadays the documentary Chords from Life.

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