Homo et Natura is a photographic series born from an unease. The tiny human presence faces a dystopian scenario and wants to question the very notion of landscape that surrounds it. A confrontation from which emerges a possible reflection on the notion of progress in industrialised societies. The material concentrated on the photographs is the residue of their production in the laboratory. The presence of this waste makes the photographic medium unstable through a continuous process of pollution, predicting the total disappearance of the landscape and the individual.
Marc Ávila Català 1992. Barcelona. · 2019/21 - Master in Contemporary Film and Audiovisual Studies The University of Pompeu Fabra of Barcelona · 2014/19 - Bachelor’s Degree of Fine Arts The University of Barcelona · 2012/14 - Certificate of Higher Education of Photography ITES school, Barcelona