Es simplemente poética, me encanta la expresión de tu chica.
Se me hace maravilloso hayas comenzado un muy exitoso curso por la fotografía, pareciera que como Midas, todo lo que tocas se convierte en arte simplemente hermoso
This looks so sad and withdrawn. I get the feeling that your photos are sadder than your art for some reason (after just having seen 3 - how pompous of me ).
Perhaps in your art you're free to dream and to let it all out more. In photography we are after all mostly limited to what's already there and can not do so much more. But as soon as we get access to our canvases and brushes, being them digital or IRL we do also open up to other parts of out brain and can let out what's in there and what we see "beyond" those everyday pictures.
Oh! I like that! It's beautiful and completely empty...! But it's beautiful!
Sometimes I give up explaining my feelings or interpretations because of language problems. I might try... She might say sth like:
"Shh... quiet. Don't say a word to me. Don't looka at me. Pretend I don't exist. Do I exist?"
So much emptiness and loss. I can't help but to feel like the person in this is fading into the wall--fading into something that no one will even notice. It relates to me in a way. I feel like this sometimes. I enjoy this concept very much, and the complex emotions coming from this piece.
I actually really like the idea behind this piece. What I get from it may be different to what you originally intended to be, but yea, anyway.
What I think when I see this is how it reflects a loss of sense or others reaching for the sense of another. It's gone, but still within or just out of reach. With the closed eye, it seems like there's a loss of clarity or vision, so they don't know where they're going. Then again, there's the fingers on the right that look like they're plucking the sense from where it is and the little broken piece of "sense" in the upper corner gives the impression that they're putting it back together again.
My interpretation is probably a little warped though. On an aesthetic level, I really like the colours, composition and textures that you have here. It draws your eye from the hand to the fragmented face smoothly and I think it looks really nice. It's a little grungier in terms of texture than what I've seen lately from you, but it's something that I like. Good work.
Your interpretation is as valid as whichever one. I honestly think that the interpretation of the creator is not the only valid one. Every single interpretation of an image is always valid, because we always tend to analyze it under our points of view and animic status and the like. Thanks for droping by