In the age of mass digitisation, the experience of the real is flattened to the size of a phone screen.
The reality, first filtered through our sensibility, our eyes, now must pass a further barrier, which instead of returning reduces. Photography is limited to its gesture, our devices have become extra limbs of our bodies. The tasks of observation, see and feel are now entrust with the simple touch of a button.
Maybe sometimes we should do a step back, rewind our way to approach new places and moments, try to enjoy them first, trust our senses before project them in the shiny but deceptive colours of technology. We may be surprised about what we can see.