Commercial Photographer Roberto Greco is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images. These photographs are from his project ‘MORBIDEZZA‘. To see Roberto’s body of work click on any image.
Humus: (earth) It’s the only image with a human trace. Get back to the roots.
Tulipa carinata : (tulip) Luxe, power, wealth. You show to other people what you have, what you won.
Trophée #1 : (trophy) My intention was to play in changing the winner who usually won!
Trophée #3: Takes part of the trilogy’s trophy. (Who is the trophy of who?).
Convallaria majalis : (Lily of the Valley) flowers looks down. Humility.
In this new story, designed as a kind of animal herbarium, the external and internal dimensions of the subjects are revealed by the space in which they are wrapped. Indeed, the set design, inspired by the aesthetic avant-garde of the twentieth century, imperceptibly leads the viewer to animals, forcing them to caress their skin …virtually.
Ironically, between metaphysical balance and bestiality, these images with subtle gradations of color and surreal atmosphere, affecting our innermost fibres, make us face our own brutality, which allows visitors to immerse themselves in a dimension in which fantasy flirts with gravity, and even if we don’t laugh, there is no more reason to be sad.
The title of each photography has the name of a flower. These flowers have a symbolic signification in the old still life paintings. That’s why the title has as much importance as the visual.
Rubus : (Brambles) Its thorns remember the Christ’s thorns. It’s about the Christ’s death.
Hedera helix : (Ivy) This plants grows and climb everything until the sky… is the way from earth to heaven. The assumption.
Anemone Coronaria : (Anemone) The wind’s flower, everything is ephemeral, nothing is immortal.
Narcissus pseudonarcissus : (Narcissus) The myth of Narcisse that everyone knows. The rat is watching himself.
Plantago lanceolata : (Plantain) that plant helps you to find the right direction. The big bird is showing to the other one which way to take.