In this series I explore the different visible planes of reality through double exposures made on camera in various museums around the world.
Although in each shot I document what is placed in front of our eyes as we see it, overlapping them I question the notion of truthfulness in photography, trying to transmit something that we do not see.
In the same room of a museum, I merge in correlative exposures the inanimate characters of the works of art and the visitors, producing a dialogue between them in the final image.
Past and present intertwine for a moment in an oneiric dimension, testing our perception.
Addressing the ambiguity of photographic description, with this work I propose a reflection on our interaction with exhibited art and with museums as depositaries of our visual history.