Man In The Realm Of Nature; man as nature’s allegiant companion. Photographer: Beppe Brancato www.beppebrancato.com Editor: Annie Markitanis
Which are the sensors to detect the human presence within the natural empire?
Do we see it? Smell it? Hear it? Touch it? Do we perceive its existence via an instinctual filter?
The door of our imagination serves as the refuge for our physical excursions.
The human wanderlust leaves its traces everywhere, paving virtual thresholds towards new dimensions.
In Beppe Brancato’s “The Road To Somewhere" nature and imagination cohabit through a synergy of geometrical shapes.
Deserted places are decorated with the human feel and touch.
The human aura is encountered in the existence of a road sign in the midst of an asphalt road and the remains of arid land.
A distant familiarity prompts one to trespass these colored bright geometries, doorways to a surreal panorama, where time seems to have stopped, the man’s surviving imprints hold sway, and a new experiential possibility is on the horizon.
Words By Annie Markitanis
Concept: Beppe Brancato www.beppebrancato.com
Man In The Realm Of Nature; man as nature’s allegiant companion.
Photographer: Beppe Brancato www.beppebrancato.com
Editor: Annie Markitanis