Passages is an empirical investigation in which I dwell on symptoms and states of vulnerability and impermanence and how they relate to our uncertain times, as feelings and perceptions become gradually less solid, developing into a more ‘liquid’ and indeterminate state. Representing anonymous figures in their metropolitan surroundings, my inquiry does not pursue a realistic ideal, but rather strives for a form of ethereal representation, breaking the boundary between objective documentation and subjective depiction. The images are transformed at the very moment of capture, balancing the desire to record information with the urge to erase it. Each photograph is a testament to the perceptual dissolution implied in this moment of transition between material and immaterial, a reminder of the indeterminacy of our own being. In Passages, I aim to record the preconceptions that shape and shelter the otherwise undefined space of who we are and how we manage ourselves today, in the dawn of a postmodern era that promises to usher in a new type of citizen yet to be defined.