I have sought to compile a series of photographs that pay homage to the spirit of the Dadaist movement.
I personally tend to take photos with other aesthetic criteria, but this time I have turned my back on conventionalisms. Following the precepts of this early 20th century transgressive artistic movement, I decided to capture images that were invisible to our visual perception. The aim has been to free the mind from sight, find new ways of exploring movement and colour. In short, release emotions and feelings, enjoying photography in a way that is not usual in me.