This work looks for points of contact between photography and sound by focusing at first instance at silence by the end of musical performance.
The exposure to silence is the counterpart to the event of photography, understood as a rhythmic act that creates its own sensation, not by what it represents, but through establishing a sequence.
Movement from image to image creates rhythmic environment and certain emotions. Rhythmic Repetition can hypnotize, invoke religious, sexual or other meditative experience. enter text here