Otras muertes

martino-chiti-otras-muertes-01-c52.jpgmartino-chiti-otras-muertes-010-c84.jpgmartino-chiti-otras-muertes-011-c98.jpgmartino-chiti-otras-muertes-012-c93.jpgmartino-chiti-otras-muertes-013-c28.jpgmartino-chiti-otras-muertes-014-c61.jpgmartino-chiti-otras-muertes-016-c35.jpgmartino-chiti-otras-muertes-017-c35.jpgmartino-chiti-otras-muertes-019-c88.jpgmartino-chiti-otras-muertes-02-c99.jpgmartino-chiti-otras-muertes-022-c98.jpgmartino-chiti-otras-muertes-023-c95.jpgmartino-chiti-otras-muertes-027-c73.jpgmartino-chiti-otras-muertes-03-c86.jpgmartino-chiti-otras-muertes-030-c30.jpgmartino-chiti-otras-muertes-031-c20.jpgmartino-chiti-otras-muertes-032-c18.jpgmartino-chiti-otras-muertes-033-c13.jpgmartino-chiti-otras-muertes-035-c6.jpgmartino-chiti-otras-muertes-04-c74.jpgmartino-chiti-otras-muertes-06-c75.jpgmartino-chiti-otras-muertes-09-c58.jpg

…not only people die.

An unusual perspective of what we are not accustomed to approach.

“Every photographic image presents two messages:
one related to the photographic event and the other related to an abrupt blow of discontinuity.
Between the recorded moment and the actual moment we are looking at there is an abyss;
the traumatic discontinuity generated by absence or death”.

From an essay on “La Chambre Claire” by Roland Barthes