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A visit to Ramon Cornadó studio
How would you define your work?
Personal work, both in the exhibition field and in the edition of photo books, I currently work in various well-differentiated fields: the observation and interpretation of the reality that surrounds us, the expression of visual poetry (through very simple elements of nature and also metaphorical images found at random), the portrait in an introspective way and spaces that invite silence.
Over the years, I have honed my sensibility towards existential minimalism (minimum information, minimum noise and minimum communication, to find what is essential).
Could you explain to us what your creative process is like?
The creative process changes depending on the type of series or project I'm working on. The common links are: thinking-imagining the new project, verifying that what I have imagined can be done with a photographic camera, creating the work over time and digital retouching after making the images. Normally I work on several series in parallel.
When and why did you start?
I started taking pictures at the age of 17, excited by everything that happened inside a photographic laboratory of a professional photographer I knew then.
Could you name the artistic projects and exhibitions of your career that you consider most important?
The projects that I consider defining of my photographic itinerary are: