This project investigates our perception of Time and Space. I aimed to photograph the essential traits of the land and resulted with a collection of primary forms that could be eventually re-combined to create more complex sights. Visually traveling into the possibilities of shaping of a landscape implies Matter shaping through Time and Space.
All my photographic series investigate how the ‘here and now’ pictured is related to the entity that contains us and of which we are part of: Universe-Life. We live in it, we are part of it, we perceive this experience but we give for granted something is far greater and deeper than any explanation.
Luca Tombolini, born 1979 in Milan, completed Classical Studies at high school and then graduated in Communication Studies with a final assignment on visual rhetoric in cinema. Professional photographer since 2006, he’s dedicating a lot of his time to personal projects. He works in large format negative film and drum scans, printing 166x125cm lambda prints mounted on aluminum.