Guatemalan architect, Luis González Palma lives and works in Córdoba, Argentina. Ever since his beginnings as a photographer, he has focused his work on the reflection of the eyes and the gaze. As humans, how do we construct our internal experiences when eyes are fixed on us? How are the light and shadows and the implicit geography within each photograph interpreted and elaborated by us? Throughout the years, he has built scenarios and modified internal worlds, so his viewers can open their internal perceptions and be able to understand other ways of thinking, thus provoking internal transformations.
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