HIC ET NUNC
Relationships are all-changing in time, either between people or people and places. The evolution of a bond can lead to confusion or internal conficts, but this doesn’t necessarily abate its intensity.
Hic et nunc is places, places that were something and now are no longer. Their depiction refects the connection that derives from them: an image is a reminder of a memory or an emotion distorted by time, it is the manifestation of the desire to repossess.
Night is darkness that irons out and gives back a neutral view of things; light divides reality into parts unveiling it little by little, allowing a slow analysis.
It is the juxtaposition originated from quiet and caos that creates harmony in our becoming.
Giacomo Fierro (born 1993, Vallo della Lucania (SA), Italy).
After graduating from Scuola Romana di Fotografa (Rome, Italy) in 2015, specializing in landscape and photo reportage, Giacomo has attended editorial-oriented workshops. Through his projects he investigates the ever-changing relationship between man and landscape and the traces he leaves in it.
all images and text © Giacomo Fierro