Clouds to Nowhere by Aitor Frias & Cecilia Jimenez

Two young photographers from Spain, Aitor Frias & Cecilia Jimenez, explore the collective imaginary, the memory that dwells in the subconscious of all of us.

What interests us is not just something beautiful that is happening right now, in front of the our camera, but to what extent it has always happened and will always happen. Our work shows fragments, moments, images that resemble the jigsaw pieces of a puzzle, of which some parts are left for the viewer to imagine and fill in the blanks.

We absolutely love the final monologue of Blade Runner -one of our favorite films- when replicant Roy Batty says: "I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhäuser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain"

So that you can understand how we approach our work, we try to rescue those moments, those tears from rain and show them to the world as little stories, little photographs.

Clouds to Nowhere is the story of an irrepressible soul, the tale of a woman who is dancing with herself. The general idea which rotates around this series is liberation, about human beings and their inner mazes.