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When we walk down the streets we cross hundreds of people with as many facial expressions.
Except for a vague anonymous memory, often these brief encounters leave nothing more.
In a split of a second a mental picture is created that we can call upon afterwards, if desired so.

We only know ourselves by our reflection, from the image in the mirror.
The way we see ourselves coincides with how we view the other.  Social media relentlessly confronts
us with our appearance and especially with how we want to present ourselves to the outside world.
With the use of photography, I investigate that first impression and question whether it works as a
reflection or as something that is constantly evolving. The intuitive look and the spontaneous experience is translated
into a photograph, creating a permanent object that analyses and exposes within the framework.