In an Art's world
Growing up in a family who loves and collects art is not an easy task. I always wanted to be a photographer; when I started shooting my personal projects I used to show them to my parents but they were always very critical about all my works. It seemed like that instead of trying to create my own identity as an artist I should steal ideas or copy someone else's works in order to be considered. They would push me to acquire some other artist's identity, with the certainty that I would do something great with someone else's idea. In this project I become a living art object thanks to the work of other well-known artists. I take advantage of their work to give a meaning to my project. Nowadays we are bombarded with images, we live in a world where we breathe art almost everywhere. In this chaotic world, is it possible to build a strong identity without being influenced by others?