Wonderland by Lídia Vives Rodrigo

When Lídia Vives Rodrigo creates a photograph, her main interest is not only the technical effect, but also the anecdotal. Her goal is to make people interpret her photographs, to create doubts. The viewer is forced to look photographs for a while to delve into history. The idea is to make it disturbing, it seems that the character will begin to move at any time, to make clear that they are only one frame of a sequence. She doesn't want to create scenes, but new worlds. 

"Wonderland" is my own vision about Lewis Carroll's novel. I use to take pictures based in my nightmares, fears, obsessions... that was the way that "Wonderland" grew up in 2013, my first photography series.

All photos by Lídia Vives Rodrigo