Ivana Larrosa’s photography is born out of reality but works as a device to search for the unreal.
Extracting the uncanny out of the usual. The way to approach the portrait is not by addressing the subject directly but through establishing a relationship with it’s world. By becoming familiar with the objects used by the character/subject, she creates a net between the tool/object, the memory recorded on it, and the traces left by the people in this objects.
Absence defines the transitive space between life and death, between the living object and the inanimate being, reinterpreting the symbiosis of the existence of time and its survival.
A reflective vision that relies on techniques like defocus techniques for camera dynamic range expansion and chromaticism as a reflection of the oneiric.