I think I spider.... Another one from my last Photoshooting with @obelix2223.
Wearing the wonderful earrings from @ghostknots.
It was my first time working with a spider and as you can see I am not very confortable yet. The little hairs on their feet tickle a lot and it was quite difficult to get a good picture as the spider was climbing my head in a short amount of time. But it was really fun and I always love to make new experiences.
Aleix Plademunt's "Nada (nothing)" project is a reflection on the use of words and the invasion of advertising currently taking place in our contemporary societies. We are surrounded by words. Words are present in our everyday lives. Messages on advertising billboards, walls, façades, windows, shopping bags, cars, buses, underground, trucks, roads, plots of land, television, newspapers.. this constant onslaught of messages brings us to a saturation point where words tend to loose their meanings.
The Nada project was an immersion in the emptiness of words. The project was carried out in 13 countries, where an existing billboard was covered with a white canvas with the word “nothing” in the language of the country at that moment, and then documented. The nada appears repeatedly, not only expressing emptiness and non-existence but also filling our visual environment with its presence. Hence, the nada opens the door to reflection; from silence, it becomes a scream towards questioning. What is the reaction to the awareness of the nada? And this meaning,
while, in principle, empty, aims to prompt a reconsideration of our coexistence with words. "