Flora Luna | Wip: Polylife
Flora Luna Photography, is a professional photographer based in London and an experienced urban and portrait photographer, providing lifestyle portraits, and event photographer, including parties and conferences.
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Intorno, tutto sembra assolutamente finto, studiato, pre-programmato al fine di vivere una vita qualsiasi che sia circondata di comodità, socialmente attiva, inutilmente piena di vuoti stimoli. Viviamo sempre di più in un mondo in cui l’interazione con l’ambiente è filtrata dall’apparenza dell’essere integri, privi della necessità di doverci guardare davvero intorno. L’ interesse per lo “scoprire”, altro non è che un’attitudine da mostrare pubblicamente per apparire appartenenti al giusto flusso. “Covered”, propone un’analisi visiva sul mondo che le persone hanno intorno e non notano, vivendo tutto attraverso il filtro di un ambiente ormai non più sfiorabile, una realtà ricoperta da sensazioni intangibili, nascosta dietro un filtro di plastica che è la realtà stessa.

If we take a look around us, everything seems to be absolutely fake, designed, pre-programmed, in order to live a life that is surrounded by any sort of comfort, socially active, and unnecessarily full of empty stimuli. 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”, proposes a visual analysis on the world that people have around and do not notice, experiencing everything through the filter of a surrounding environment they no longer can touch, a reality covered with intangible sensations, hidden behind a plastic filter which is reality itself.