We increasingly seem to live in a world in which the interaction with the environment is being filtered by the appearance of being “intact”, without the need of having to look really around. The interest in “discovering” is nothing but an attitude to publicly show to appear to belong to the right flow. “COVERED TO D I S C O N N E C T”, proposes a visual analysis on the spaces that people have around and do not notice, experiencing everything through the filter of an environment they no longer can touch, a reality hidden behind a plastic filter which is reality itself.
People disconnected from reality by a layer that thin that they can barely perceive it.
British Photography Award