Boundaries is a ongoing series dealing with human presence and territory transformation. During the past years I've been visiting several locations to portray how space have been used as a stage for human activities. The photos often exhibit a detached human presence or singular occupation over time.
Contrary to portrait photography where one can be physically close to subjects, the nature of this project enabled the exploration of an opposite relationship between the viewer with the space. By emphasizing on the gradual transformation of the perceptual space that ends in the horizon, the achieved depth explores the often brutal contrast between occupied spaces in nature.