Your works reveal an incessant search of an organic symbiosis between a successful attempt to capture the ubiquitous existential chaos of reality and a tendency towards selfreflection . The results convey together a coherent sense of unity , that rejects any conventional classification . Before starting to elaborate about your production , we would suggest to our readers to visit http :// seidneroren . com in order to get a synoptic view of your multifaceted artistic production . Why did you choose to center you artistic research on photography ?
I got into the world of photography by accidentally ; I enrolled in high school to a photography class , and quickly fell in love . Somewhere during school and life , I realized that there is something special in photography that inspires me and give me serenity , like a unique feature that allows me while I ' m shooting to disconnect from everything around me and look inside to my soul . Through photography I learned about myself , about my ability to deal with different situations and about my soul . Photography became a psychologist , friend and wife , and actually became a kind of therapeutic tool for me , a way to express what the mouth can ' t . The choice to be a photographer is not an easy choice for me , it forces me to be faithful to my inner truth and share it with the world . Suddenly my thoughts , my insights , my fears are featured in every photo you post , as anyone can judge and criticize me . But this need , the search for the right image to show things as I see them , stronger than me , and although the price I ' m paying in doing so I still have to click and share .
For this special edition of LandEscape we have selected Chaos , a recent project that our readers have already started to get to know in the introductory pages of this article . What has at once captured our attention of your research is the way you provided the visual results of your analysis with autonomous aesthetics : when walking our readers through