Disinstructions for making a house

After a long period confined at home, with physical restrictions and finding myself in the same space, around the same objects and rooms every day, I started to look at them from other perspectives, questioning what constitutes a house, what makes me identify it as a place to live? the functionality of objects arranged in spaces? the feeling that each space brings me?

Disinstructions for making a house is a photographic series that seeks to build visual metaphors by rethinking the original function of the objects we have at home, imagining different configurations and putting into practice a playful thought through the relationship between form and word.

to lean on the unstable

to revolve with sounds

to create with the outside lightness

to tell secrets to shells

to think backwards

to stack rests

to be redundant

to be guided by the turn of the hours

to garnish routes

to freeze time