Manuel Archain born in 1983 in Argentina is an emerging star in contemporary photography. Here is a series of his photomanipulations titled “Small world”.
Walking through thoughts, cars, books, streetlights, bikes, people, breakfast, dinner, travel landscapes, inner landscapes… So fast, so anxious we could be in the middle of a scene before we even get there. We could even go through it and be back without even noticing it. The usual, everyday dream, our out of scale perception and how each one of us is so into our personal world that we cannot see what is happening around us. The size and weight of things is so distorted, we can even manage to move into a small world. Why the size of a truck could not be the same as my personal scale of a tea cup? What is after the end of the table?