Arnaldo : what I saw

Calmness is that which is present – the architecture within each image, the visible resolve.

Tension is the constant assigning movement toward something outer to the photo: the non-identity of persons and things, the “opacity” which ever makes up the limit for each image.

The humor, indifference and conscious use of the language’s one-dimensionality are those which can be seen; these are the tools.

Calmness is one’s own, tension always comes from outer-bound culture.

Meaning seems spread around in equal measures : one ration for you, boat, one for you, clown, one for you, space – now just go around getting out of and inside photos and heads, at rest and in strain.

Luiz Paulo Baravelli