Safouane Ben Slama

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I create conceptual and spontaneous photography, I try to minimize intention, it must not exceed the range of an area or route.

I get to wear my eye on the margin of what is in the periphery. We can understand the everything by the apprehension of a multiplicity of details, it’s by throwing my eye in the dark that I tame reality.

My wanderings took me into Palestinian territory, to meet an identity beyond borders. I also had the chance to cross the American west, discover great areas. But these trips are not the essence of my work, I like to take portraits of my relatives, the abstractions of the buildings around me. I try to create a subjective reading in my series of photographs beyond geographical associations.

See more from Slama on his Tumblr and Flickr.