Barbara Rossi (1988) lives and works between Rome and Köln. She graduated at Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera and at Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome. Her photographic research is based on observation and analysis of relations between man, territory and time.

Her project “Changing Landscape” is a photographic research about landscape transformations and urbanization along the Red Sea coast of Egypt. Changing Landscape investigates connections between “the built space and the space where the roots, myth and archetype dwell, create a dimension where one may nourish the other. Using the border line of Red Sea (phisically represented by a coastal road that separates water and desert) as a metaphor for constant change. I travelled from Suez to the Sudanese border in order to document this new urbanization and seeking moments of grace in the rush of our contemporary world.” More on her Tumblr

 

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