Bonta Teresa Letizia: THE ROOMS I KEPT CLOSED
Art Market|Issue #53 November 2020
For me, photography represents light, that light so strong as to illuminate every dark part that lives within us. In these shots, I tell a phase of my life lived in intense mania, especially spiritually.

Many questions were asked; one of them was: how were these shots born? The moon never knocked at my house. It always came overwhelmingly through the shutters. Like strong emotions because sometimes, the same sentiment that breaks your heart is even the one that heals you.

I have always sought a privileged position to enjoy the spectacle of logic that crashes against emotion's unpredictability. Yes, because they are precisely those emotions that arrive bursting to give life to the stage that we have inside.

I am tied to this project because it comes from the deep, it comes from those rooms where we often refuse to enter, it is born to shout, it was born to send a message, it was born to excite because at 37 years old, I discovered the emotion of being excited by a caress in the 'soul.' I found rooms that I kept closed, places where I did not enter, until I decided to give light to each of them slowly.

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