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“Metamorphosis” is a photo series that invites viewers to contemplate the beauty of life, death, and rebirth. Through the representation of the four main elements (air, fire, water, and earth) in the form of dead animals, the series challenges us to rethink our perceptions of death and to see it as a natural part of the cycle of life. By integrating each image in a circle, the viewer is invited to analyse the subjects as if under a microscope, encouraging a deeper appreciation for the complexity and beauty of the natural world.


At the heart of “Metamorphosis” is the idea that death is like rebirth, and that even in death, there is a certain beauty and wonder to be found. Through the use of dead animals as subjects, the series aims to demonstrate that these creatures, which are often seen as ugly or repulsive, can still be appreciated for their unique and intricate beauty. By inviting us to see these subjects as if under a microscope, the series also encourages us to reflect on the fragility and transience of life,
and to consider our own place in the cycle of birth and death.


The man in the image is holding a stone with the symbol of the earth on it,
it’s a reference to the biblical story of creation, in which God creates Adam from the dust of the earth. This connection between humanity and the earth
is something that is often overlooked in modern society, where many of us live
in urban environments and are disconnected from the natural world.


The use of a womb-like object in the image also underscores the idea that humans are intimately connected to the processes of birth and creation.
The round material on which the man is sitting is said to represent a womb,
which may be seen as a metaphor for the earth itself, as the planet is capable
of sustaining life and nurturing growth.

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