“Monastic Living” is a project under development at the monasteries of Argolis, Peloponnese, of which 20 photographs are today in display.
The approach to the subject is concerned with photography and research and not the religious aspect of it. Monasteries, to my perception, have always been sites where I find shadows and light and this is one of the reasons I have chosen to use black and white film for my photography, while employing the minimum technical equipment.
My observation of men’s profound faith and painful journey towards the divine has been based on the distance allowable to me by the lens and an experiential look on things.
I am particularly interested in the details of everyday life, in antithesis, in human imprint.
My contact with those people, after a first embarrassing-suspicious moment, develops into a relationship of trust and respect between the photographer the one being photographed.
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