VEGETA is a photographic proposal on the vigor of an increasingly threatened vegetation. The artist evokes the resilience of plants to survive in places where construction predominates, or the way in which they can reclaim space in a territory where concrete is essential. On the facades of old abandoned buildings, in the cracks of a wall, on asphalt paths, it reappears.
Beyond this observation, the photographer wonders about the implacable domination of men exerted on the plant world. We like plants according to our own criteria, as an element of decoration, between beautiful flowers and weeds that would be of no use. A form of contempt where plants are deprived of the freedom to grow in the place that suits them. Are they smart? Do they have a soul? The trees could be fallen men, their heads buried in the ground as Democritus suggested.