Cuando te decían que la ciudad era salvaje, no se referían a esto…

¿Qué pasaría si los humanos viviéramos en una realidad en la que la civilización moderna hubiera sido engullida por la naturaleza? Sí, de acuerdo, se trata del argumento de más de una peli de ciencia ficción de esas que están destinadas a convertirse en blockbusters y que muchas veces no pasan del block o, en el mejor de los casos, del buster (pensando en las neuronas de los pobres espectadores).

En fi, nada, que este es el punto de partida que inspiró a Charlie Davoli a realizar este proyecto fotográfico en el que su imaginación convierte a la naturaleza en la dueña de muchos lugares de nuestro día a día totalmente reconocibles. Lugares, sin embargo, que no han perdido la huella humana, en absoluto: porque ahí seguimos, conviviendo, interactuando, soñando.

No en vano, esto se titula:  “Nature’s Dystopian Nature”. El objetivo de Davoli es simple, recordarnos que (quizás) el respeto que deberíamos tener por este planeta e, incluso, por nosotros mismos se ha visto (auto)boicoteado por “miserables migajas de egoísmo autorreferencial”.

Pues eso…

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both results are with respect to standard models

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principles of quantum theology

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living in the (golden) age of quotes

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the downing of the age of Aquarius

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simmetry is a matter of being educated

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is there life before death?

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how long sustain can be hold?

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Truth is a human artifact

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how hunting societies invented constellations exegesis

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why should there be a tautology ?

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the mainstream perception of a counter-intuitive result

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the fail of the pale whale’s tale

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when yesterday was tomorrow

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anatomy of a continuous stilness

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File already exists

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there is currently no feedback for this document

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the spoken word deterioration

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centripetal expansion of light

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theory and design in the first machine age

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computers let you waste time efficiently (part II)

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the inconvenience of always feeling adequate

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this sentence is wrong

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go away closer

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the moment cosmogony ended

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soon will be yesterday

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disruptions in the forward flow of speech

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you're about as bright as a binary code

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I didn't tell the motherboard of the prophecy

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the relative importance of the spurious vibration

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the secret fascination of the ternary time

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c o s m o p o l i s @delphiangallery #delphianopencall

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• The dispute of the volumes • 9 of 10 from the Unlock the Unexpected w/ Le Méridien Munich“ This is the ninth image of the project I’ve been working on with extreme excitement during last summer. I‘ve been invited to participate at the Le Méridien’s art project by carrying out a series of 10 unrealeased artworks exclusively commisioned for the Le Méridien Munich. Goal of the hotel is to create the feeling for its guests of being in an art gallery where each single piece has been chosen to astonish hence our collaboration. The aim of my work is merging the reality of the city of Munich, which is already magical itself, together with the dystopian perception that characterizes my imagination, unlocking unexpected secrets like looking at the skies of fir woods appearing ethereal as clouds or surfers challenging waves from palaces corridors around the city. All 10 images are now displayed in the 6 newly refurbished event rooms printed out at 1,50×1,50 mt. #lemeridienmunich #unlockart #lemeridien #munich

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• Error in miracle • 7 of 10 from the Unlock the Unexpected w/ Le Méridien Munich“ This is the seventh image of the project I’ve been working on with extreme excitement during last summer. I‘ve been invited to participate at the Le Méridien’s art project by carrying out a series of 10 unrealeased artworks exclusively commisioned for the Le Méridien Munich. Goal of the hotel is to create the feeling for its guests of being in an art gallery where each single piece has been chosen to astonish hence our collaboration. The aim of my work is merging the reality of the city of Munich, which is already magical itself, together with the dystopian perception that characterizes my imagination, unlocking unexpected secrets like looking at the skies of fir woods appearing ethereal as clouds or surfers challenging waves from palaces corridors around the city. All 10 images are now displayed in the 6 newly refurbished event rooms printed out at 1,50×1,50 mt. #lemeridienmunich #unlockart #lemeridien #munich

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• Noise for Eyes • 2 of 10 from the Unlock the Unexpected w/ Le Méridien Munich” 
Olympiapark from another view is the second image of the project I’ve been working on with extreme excitement during last summer. 
I‘ve been invited to participate at the Le Méridien’s art project by carrying out a series of 10 unrealeased artworks exclusively commisioned for the Le Méridien Munich. 
Goal of the hotel is to create the feeling for its guests of being in an art gallery where each single piece has been chosen to astonish hence our collaboration. 
The aim of my work is merging the reality of the city of Munich, which is already magical itself, together with the dystopian perception that characterizes my imagination,
unlocking unexpected secrets like looking at the skies of fir woods appearing ethereal as clouds or surfers challenging waves from palaces corridors around the city. 
All 10 images are now displayed in the 6 newly refurbished event rooms printed out at 1,50×1,50 mt.
#lemeridienmunich
#unlockart
#lemeridien
#munich

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• Prophecy’s Buffer • 4 of 10 from the Unlock the Unexpected w/ Le Méridien Munich “ Isar river from another view is the forth image of the project I’ve been working on with extreme excitement during last summer. I‘ve been invited to participate at the Le Méridien’s art project by carrying out a series of 10 unrealeased artworks exclusively commisioned for the Le Méridien Munich. Goal of the hotel is to create the feeling for its guests of being in an art gallery where each single piece has been chosen to astonish hence our collaboration. The aim of my work is merging the reality of the city of Munich, which is already magical itself, together with the dystopian perception that characterizes my imagination, unlocking unexpected secrets like looking at the skies of fir woods appearing ethereal as clouds or surfers challenging waves from palaces corridors around the city. All 10 images are now displayed in the 6 newly refurbished event rooms printed out at 1,50×1,50 mt. #lemeridienmunich #unlockart #lemeridien #munich

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If the oracle has the answer, who has the question?

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those who know little or nothing about modern science

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the merchant of horoscopes

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memory malfunction

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