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Living in a universe in a state of perpetual change, uncertain of the meaning and value of our existence and place within our ecosystem, is a source of increasing anxiety. The theory of the atom or of cosmic rays, the idea of humanity or even the notion of spirituality, are all concepts no one really grasps or understands. How can we represent these concepts which are part of ourselves, present in every particle surrounding us? As we deal with matter and energy in such vast dimensions, how does this impact our senses and imagination? This ongoing project is a reflection on the variable forces of life, the interactions between energy and matter, as fundamental properties of the Universe. My aim is to depict imaginary inscriptions suggesting emanations of energy and material transformation not directly observable in our physical world. Through varying photochemical experimentation, I manipulate light at the moment of capture to produce a perspective shift between imaginary and real states, and between micro and macro scales.The diverse subject matter is deliberately heterogeneous and includes images of human beings, objects, natural phenomena, flora and fauna. Whenever I exhibit this series, the show includes photographs of different sizes and formats that explore a variety of materials, photographic printing processes, and 3D engraving technologies. I combine this research with display devices that stimulate the viewer to engage with my work at varied levels of interpretation, instilling the exhibition’s concept and design with its core issues.