I believe we are living a dehumanization of our world.
More than half of the world population lives in Cities and towns, where we are especially surrounded by an overwhelming flow of distraction from human touch.
We found ourselves moving fast in artificial environments, growing apart from nature and from each other.
The only connection with nature is primarily as a resource to fuel activities and satisfy our created need to consume in a search of feeling up the “human gap”.
New generations grow to believe we are individuals that we have to make it on our own, competing rather than uniting.
We go through life with artificial needs and relationships inside a global system that is sustained by our loneliness and the constant search for meaning.
Not realizing that what keeps us alive are those experiences of interconnection and collectiveness.
Out of touch is a shout of awareness of how far we are letting ourselves drive away from love and humanity.
I started in two major metropolis, Tokyo and New York. What drives me to travel around the world is the need to understand and portray disconnection. I need to almost surgically remove instant moments of everyday life, moments of daydream, of being lost, all the different barriers that form a mental prison, keeping us away from exploring our nature.
* “Out of touch” is in progress.