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ABOUT — Borders, both physical and conceptual, are historical constructs. More than tangible marks on the land, they are abstract divisions within collective imaginary. Natural elements, such as rivers, often flow freely across political borders, challenging the clear delineations of boundaries. The Minho River serves as a poignant illustration of this complexity, straddling the border between Portugal and Spain, one of the oldest natural borders in Europe, embodying a dynamic interplay between nature and human-made constraints. "Lowlands" explores this nuanced relationship between natural landscape and imposed borders through a photographic series that captures the essence of these liminal spaces, where the tangible meets the intangible, and where marks on the land intersect with lived experience. Beyond mere documenting, “Lowlands” delves into the essence of place, questioning the perception of space and collective identity, while challenging conventional notions of borders and offering glimpses into both the poetics and complexities of landscape. — Art Residency, 2015. Fundação da Bienal de Cerveira Portugal EXHIBITIONS — Centro Cultural Vila Flor, Guimarães, Portugal, 2016. Curated by Martim Ramos. — Sala Arte Joven, Madrid, Spain, 2016. Curated by Martim Ramos. ​— Documentary Photo Days Festival, Istanbul, Turkey, 2015. —

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Border, 2018, from series Lowlands, two channel video installation, B&W, mute, loop, variable dimensions.

Installation views at Galeria Arte Joven, Madrid, Spain. 2016.

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