Poems and photographs from Michele Farinelli
“People live and mark their existence in the silent voice of their remains.”
Whether we’re shutting out the light at close of day, or wandering the slick cool streets in a perfect moody urban nocturne, Kevin Moraczewski’s photographs create a portrait of slowly-shifting lonely hours.
Aren’t we surrounded by noise, loud music, excessive parties and gatherings, all so as not to listen to the silence, the inner silence of our loneliness?
These works are the expression of such unusual phenomena that I think is created by the everlasting accumulation, or piles of time that are embedded in the process of forest growing.
I want to capture the “ghosts” that inhabit this area and intertwine them with contemporary images.
“I know that part of my attraction to a lone old car on some quiet urban street or sitting out in the desert is because it plays into a fantasy of a time after the car.”
The dowry becomes a cathartic process of mourning, remembrance and consolation.
Poetry and photography by Cristina Finotto, of the Po delta.
“I am driven to document my surroundings to try to find a sense of place in the world.”