Interior Portraits moves beyond historical and contemporary ways of interior architecture representation and aims to simultaneously reveal multiple layers of information, conditions and atmospheres contained in a single space. These numerous spatial readings are achieved by constantly portraying the domestic interior through a collection of different analogue and digital photographic techniques. This visual analysis aims to change the perception of the interior space by capturing the immaterial and visualizing the invisible.
My research is based in the different readings that image making, particularly photography can generate. Understanding the multiplicity of events happening simultaneously and visualizing what is not possible to capture with our eyes is the main motivation for this project.