Dies caniculares / Dog days: the hot sultry summer days between early July and early September when the star Sirius, named the canicula by the Romans, being the principal star of the Canis Major (‘greater dog’) constellation rises above the horizon simultaneously with the sun and shines brightly in the sky.
Photographic routes that paint obscure forms in unclear time and space.
How can we accurately photograph the paths of our mind?
How can doubt, love, our personal conflicts be captured?
Looking inwards...the place where our imagination and obsessions reside.
Routes where the unsung person manifests his presence.
These are the paths in which human absence with the power of photography recurs from its spacio-temporal non-existence.
The Bulb Collective consists of photographers active in urban (and rural) photography with an expressive shift to include highly aesthetic and poetic images in their assignments.