Artist & Photographer Ramirez-Suassi is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this street photography. From project ‘Calle De La Cancion Del Olvido‘. To see Ramirez-Suassi’s body of work click on any image.
Always the journey. Always the path. Or likewise, always the gaze. Its as if the human gaze has been secreting during centuries a substance capable of influencing and of changing the world, a glue which fastens places and things. This substance doesn’t really exist, things don’t forge by means of glue to be converted into a reasonable set. Its our gaze that fastens them, the one that grants a place in the
totality, a gaze that doubts between understanding or not, as if by intuition, by the mere act of gazing them, we wish to grant a place to things in the world. This world, on the other hand, is untidy, giving us no guarantee, in fact, that things can be placed. Fundamentally, the gaze is the beginning and the end. La Calle de la Canción del Olvido, a series that evolves as years pass by as well as this suburban street also evolves, its beginning and the end: a ritual gaze among the ruins.