The title of this work references to the Greek word for dialogue. In its ancient etymology, a dialogueis not a calm matter as we usually consider, but it entails a contrast.I have been fascinated by this term as a representation of the human experience with nature: arelationship which swings between conciliation and fight without ever being resolved.
This work represents this relationship by documenting the coastline as a space of encounter betweenthe land appropriated by men and the sea, creating a visual narrative of such borderline.
The humanpresence is made visible through our impact on the landscape, deliberately leaving people outside ofthe images.The series consists of cyanotype prints developed through the natural action of seawater. The imagesremain unevenly fixed and subjected to change over time, a process comparable to the erasing andmodelling action of the waves.What remains exposed on paper is a visual dialogue with the natural environment, a collaboration inwhich no one detains complete control over the results.