Ex Me

Wounds that emerge from body and soul, asking to be looked at, welcomed, touched in their sacredness.

Words by

Tommaso Moni

© Tommaso Moni | Ex Me

Wounds that emerge from body and soul, asking to be looked at, welcomed, touched in their sacredness. From a deep laceration begins the inner journey of the human being, laid bare before his wildest and most primitive nature.

© Tommaso Moni | Ex Me

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© Tommaso Moni | Ex Me

There are resources from which man draws, one of which is the uncontrollable energy of the natural environment, so powerful and majestic that it guides the path of rebirth and metamorphosis.

© Tommaso Moni | Ex Me

© Tommaso Moni | Ex Me

There are no longer boundaries but new mental and physical spaces capable of opening the doors of the unconscious. They are places suspended between reality and dreams, making visible the invisible within each of us. The only thing we can do is to ask nature and its mystery to give us back what we are.

© Tommaso Moni | Ex Me

© Tommaso Moni | Ex Me


About
Tommaso Moni is a visual artist from Italy who began his journey in Graphic Arts. He took part in some open calls, and his first shot was exhibited in a group show at the Fotofesival Lenzburg with the theme "Under Pressure". The first photographic project, entitled "EX ME", comes to life through a journey of rediscovery on the island of Lanzarote, where the suggestion and idea of the relationship between man and nature and its evolution throughout life were born. The project is published by Ombra Magazine on its website and printed in paper form, also on Planted Journal.
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Ex Me

Wounds that emerge from body and soul, asking to be looked at, welcomed, touched in their sacredness.

Words by

Tommaso Moni

Wounds that emerge from body and soul, asking to be looked at, welcomed, touched in their sacredness.
© Tommaso Moni | Ex Me

Wounds that emerge from body and soul, asking to be looked at, welcomed, touched in their sacredness. From a deep laceration begins the inner journey of the human being, laid bare before his wildest and most primitive nature.

© Tommaso Moni | Ex Me
© Tommaso Moni | Ex Me

There are resources from which man draws, one of which is the uncontrollable energy of the natural environment, so powerful and majestic that it guides the path of rebirth and metamorphosis.

© Tommaso Moni | Ex Me

© Tommaso Moni | Ex Me

There are no longer boundaries but new mental and physical spaces capable of opening the doors of the unconscious. They are places suspended between reality and dreams, making visible the invisible within each of us. The only thing we can do is to ask nature and its mystery to give us back what we are.

© Tommaso Moni | Ex Me

© Tommaso Moni | Ex Me


About
Tommaso Moni is a visual artist from Italy who began his journey in Graphic Arts. He took part in some open calls, and his first shot was exhibited in a group show at the Fotofesival Lenzburg with the theme "Under Pressure". The first photographic project, entitled "EX ME", comes to life through a journey of rediscovery on the island of Lanzarote, where the suggestion and idea of the relationship between man and nature and its evolution throughout life were born. The project is published by Ombra Magazine on its website and printed in paper form, also on Planted Journal.
More information

Ex Me

Wounds that emerge from body and soul, asking to be looked at, welcomed, touched in their sacredness.

Words by

Tommaso Moni

Ex Me
© Tommaso Moni | Ex Me

Wounds that emerge from body and soul, asking to be looked at, welcomed, touched in their sacredness. From a deep laceration begins the inner journey of the human being, laid bare before his wildest and most primitive nature.

© Tommaso Moni | Ex Me
© Tommaso Moni | Ex Me

There are resources from which man draws, one of which is the uncontrollable energy of the natural environment, so powerful and majestic that it guides the path of rebirth and metamorphosis.

© Tommaso Moni | Ex Me

© Tommaso Moni | Ex Me

There are no longer boundaries but new mental and physical spaces capable of opening the doors of the unconscious. They are places suspended between reality and dreams, making visible the invisible within each of us. The only thing we can do is to ask nature and its mystery to give us back what we are.

© Tommaso Moni | Ex Me

© Tommaso Moni | Ex Me


About
Tommaso Moni is a visual artist from Italy who began his journey in Graphic Arts. He took part in some open calls, and his first shot was exhibited in a group show at the Fotofesival Lenzburg with the theme "Under Pressure". The first photographic project, entitled "EX ME", comes to life through a journey of rediscovery on the island of Lanzarote, where the suggestion and idea of the relationship between man and nature and its evolution throughout life were born. The project is published by Ombra Magazine on its website and printed in paper form, also on Planted Journal.
More information
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