We live in a complex world full of uncertainties. As a result, we are drawn to seek truths and facts. In this series, I use photography's camera vision and deception capabilities to portray an analogy between abstract realities that I experience as Puerto Rican.
I solely used papers, lights, and camera angles to unveil paradoxes and frictions between two entities. The black and white interplay in these images represent an examination of the duality of what reality is or is not, where it begins and where it ends, what's underneath and what's on the surface, and where the lines are defined, bent and blurred. In this personal exploration, I perform a process that talks about dissecting and unveiling paradoxes that flow underneath what we perceive.
Subsequently, we encounter ourselves in an environment surrounded by uncertainties. Both reality and photographs, as straightforward as might appear, they can deceive and confuse. These ambiguities require us to seek and examine truths and facts beyond superficial perception.