“Dying is a daytime process that takes place in a closed room, where light only enters through the cracks in door and window frames. As the day advances, the light fades and the lines become thinner until they finally disappear with the arrival of the night.”
This is how the artist sees the passage between life and death, after witnessing the death of a close family member. The images aim to give temporal entity to an event that seems to have none and adapt the exhibition space to this concept, allowing it to share in the photographic project.
Entrevista a David Querol: