Huella, Lugar
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The condor can fly up to five thousand meters high and travel through large territories in its forays in search of food. It is considered the bird that unites heaven and earth by the pre-Columbian Andean cultures and is responsible for raising the spirits of the dead to heaven. It is monogamous and solitary.
I see photography as a way to abstract myself from the simple still images of my memory to imaginary moving samples of the places around me, as a way to synthesize the metaphors of my journey through these interior landscapes of Uruguay and South America.