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Ongoing project since 2020 | Photography, text, music and video, Munich, Germany

"The Eternal Goodbye" is an intimate portrait project that explores the memories of a person through a series of works created using various techniques such as photography, text, video, sound, and objects. The project is organized into chapters, each of which tells a different aspect of the subject's life and experiences. The project begins in 2020 and will continue to evolve as new memories are captured and archived.

The focus of the project is on the intimacy of daily life and the moments that make up a person's existence. Through the use of different media and displays, I want to transform these memories to reflect the depth and complexity of human experience. Starting with my own family reviewing and observing our own private life, with apparently insignificant moments, illness, complicity, among others, in order to create a comprehensive portrait.

Each chapter of the project will be organized around a different aspect of the subject's life, accompanied by a variety of media, including photographs, texts, videos, and sound recordings, as well as different objects that are related to the memories being explored.

The project is an open series of works, with each chapter building on the previous one. “The Eternal Goodbye" is a personal project that seeks to capture the complexity and depth of our own history, memories and emotions. The works are presented in different alternatives, where each chapter can be  displayed as a separate entity, but also as part of the larger narrative.

I often integrate the use of the chrysanthemum flower as part of the work. 

In this case, the images show how a series of chrysanthemums hung from the ceiling of the exhibition hall, conquering the space and perishing throughout the exhibition.

I am currently working on an archive/book that will allow viewers to revisit the project and explore the different chapters in more depth.

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