For this series of self-portraits I traveled to a volcanic island on the Atlantic Ocean. The landscape I found seemed to be of another world and it inspired me to try and enter this world. I wanted to ‘visually’ get lost in it.

By concentrating on heavy contrasts between black and gold cobalt blue and red, I am creating natural but alienating images, as if they were taken at a somehow non descriptive place, as if I was on the moon.

With the images I try to symbolize the struggle of human being to be one with nature, to get lost in it. Also, to try and make it his own, to leave a landmark.

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Moonscape Island