In the crown of an infinite cone
In his work Marco Tagliafico develops an imaginary linked to cosmic space, to the contemplation of the uncertain, creating worlds other than the original ones he photographed. The work itself is intended to alter the perception of what is real and what is not seen. Analogue printing, with a subsequent pencil and graphite intervention on the photographs, disinterested in defining a geolocalization of his landscapes or in giving a spatial-temporal dimension to the subjects. Each shot is a process divided into several phases, where time and place take second place, playing between reality and its image, as representation. His photography thus becomes a stratification of fragments of suspended time, in which he lets the interpretation ‘… in the crown of an infinite cone’ wander, quoting Annie Dillard himself in the title of the series.