Intersecciones Lumínicas

I explore the forced relationship between natural and artificial light in the landscape
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© Miguel Soria Jurado - Intersecciones Lumínicas

With my series Intersecciones Lumínicas, I explore the forced relationship between natural and artificial light in the landscape. I took pictures from the tight border where these two kinds of lighting got their encounters. As a result, the natural landscape reveals itself in the picture with a strange appearance, fleeing away from his day-light perception.

© Miguel Soria Jurado - Intersecciones Lumínicas

The relationship between the landscape and unnatural light raises questions about many contemporary issues: the definition of our relationship with nature, the human choice between our comfort and nature's natural behaviour, the respect for the day-night cycles and our capacity for disrupting this sequence. I think it's interesting to explore this with my camera and observe these answers in nature.

© Miguel Soria Jurado - Intersecciones Lumínicas
© Miguel Soria Jurado - Intersecciones Lumínicas


Bio
Born in 1988 (Terrassa, Spain), I started taking pictures when I was ten years old, and never stopped since then. Years later, I postgraduate in Contemporary Photography at IDEP Barcelona, under the mentoring of Moritz Neümuller. I'm very interested in the printing process, and I studied until I gathered broad knowledge about it. In 2016 I received a grant for research in experimental printing processes at University of Jyväskylä, Finland. My work has been selected in contemporary photography festivals like Scan Tarragona and Art Photo BCN. I am a photographer, and as a teacher at IDEP, I share my experience with printing processes with my students.

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