‘Maybe you can hear me’ is a series of personal reflections on existential questions. I composed multiple photographs to establish visual paths that formed displaced narratives, questions, juxtapositions and more lies. The algebraic numbering on the images is a forceful and assertive element that emphasizes an individual perspective that may or may not have meaning.
— Nik Lee
"Walking down the street in New York one day, I glanced up and saw an invisible building suspended between the others. It was upside down, the color of air."
Concha Pérez builds non-existent yet not impossible spaces. With digital imaging applied to photography virtually anything is possible and the doubt about what is real and what is imagined becomes a shadow that covers any imagined sun.
From the air, awe-inspiring abstract images of Australian landscapes show the magnificence of nature, and the devastation of man's interventions.
When you delete images from your digital camera the files are lost forever, not so with film — the mistakes, wrong decisions or bad memories continue to exist somewhere — maybe even gaining a second life in a stranger's collection of discarded photos found by chance or other ways.