not an empty space_
Scenes from everyday life that seeks reflection on the absence of human interaction with the physical space. We tend to relate public spaces with a great interaction with the human being, but what happens with regard to an absence of people in a certain place? The truth is that as we contemplate these spaces without human interaction, we then have an unique moment of reflection with ourselves that participate in a complete interaction.
This individual relationship with space leads us to an understanding of not being in front of an empty space, but full of "non-present" content, filling, therefore, through our memories and reflections, that turns a certain empty space into a place full of life and senses.