VOL 1: Ditemali Pebrupi
Ditemali Pebrupi is a representation of family and an homage to the present. The letters, forming an acronym, stand to represent individual family members and the transitioning of time. Included within the title are the initials of those who have passed on, alongside those still living.
The photographs are made with stroboscopic flash photography. This process captures a sequence of images in successive movement phases resulting in images that depict motion. The repetitive gestures in each image represent the passing of time.
Life as we know it, is just an abbreviation of time. As time goes by, Ditemali Pebrupi will change and take on different titles as the project expands, paralleling the evolution of family.
Eventually this body of work will serve as a retrospective that chronicles family history perpetuates memory.
Pedro Wazzan is a Venezuelan photographer based in Miami, Florida. His work endures and resists the rush of trends resulting in a kaleido-scopic iris that captures and interprets life into his personal visual language. Wazzan has been teaching photography for the last fourteen years and has participated in many exhibitions in Venezuela and the USA. He is a Resident Artist at the Bakehouse Art Complex where his solo show “In the Studio” is permanently on view.
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