The exhibition looks at the fleeting and powerful connection between the subject, photographer and the camera, documenting the rarely told and intimate moments shared with strangers – neither aware of what the other is thinking, some posed and smiling subjects, others transient moments of bustling life, never to be discussed further until hung on the gallery walls for debate.
Domenici says: “You never know what someone is thinking, body language is a powerful reflection, but you are always reading between the lines, guessing what is actually on people’s minds in a rapidly changing world. We have leapt from crisis to crisis this year, yet there is an air of proud resilience and calmness on the streets.” “All the time, everywhere, people are making connections; sharing moments. I love capturing unstaged shots that are open to interpretation – this is what I find exciting, it’s a real authentic slice of life.”
The exhibition showcases 11 black and white images captured across metropolitan cities: Chicago, New York, London, Madrid and Sydney. Each piece invites you to delve into the depths of a face, a gaze; to wonder at the story, and the hidden thoughts within.