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A weekly, collaborative journal harvested from the fields of isolation. 
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Featured Artists:


De Fé


Photography by:
CANDELA PÉREZ


DE FÉ
Candela Pérez comes to us from Córdoba City, Argentina, where she lives alone and is in day 31 of her quarantine. With each day in isolation comes a different mood, Candela tells us –some days are blue and other days arrive lighter. Candela’s portfolio “De Fé,” reflects the solitude of her lonelier days.Using analog interventions and self-made filters to create distortion, Candela creates an atmosphere within each image.

When asked how she approaches her process now, considering the limitation of space and subject present during quarantine, Candela responded:

“I try to portray a certain affect of closeness, by looking around and finding simple elements that can be turned into a given narrative. I tend to adapt to what’s near me and look at it as an observation with no “right” or “wrong” boundaries. My work will often address the same ideas, watching how they evolve with each iteration.”
 





Candela Pérez, “Untitled,” 2020.
















Candela Pérez, “Untitled,” 2020.




















Candela Pérez, “Untitled,” 2020.

















Candela Pérez, “Untitled,” 2020.











Candela Pérez, “Untitled,” 2020.




Follow Candela:


Instagram:@svpersticion 


Bio:

 
Candela Pérez is an Argentinian photographer based in Córdoba City. Candela likes to experiment with colors and lighting through home-made filters and analog interventions. Candela’s work seeks to become documentary, and is strongly influenced by music and the natural world. 



           






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