Andreea Castris
Photographer

My full name is Andreea Castris, but I’m usually known as Andreea Caas. For the past few of years I have been working on different ways to visually approach insignificant moments and objects on a day-to-day basis, as well as situations and basically everything that triggers my eye. I have taught myself to look at things a bit differently, to try and see beyond what meets the eye, and invent myself a little pattern or algorithm behind everything I see. I try to look at details from as close as possible, or just focus on the “story” by ignoring them completely. I just zoom in completely or zoom out. I don’t like middle grounds.

Andreea Castris
Photographer

My full name is Andreea Castris, but I’m usually known as Andreea Caas. For the past few of years I have been working on different ways to visually approach insignificant moments and objects on a day-to-day basis, as well as situations and basically everything that triggers my eye. I have taught myself to look at things a bit differently, to try and see beyond what meets the eye, and invent myself a little pattern or algorithm behind everything I see. I try to look at details from as close as possible, or just focus on the “story” by ignoring them completely. I just zoom in completely or zoom out. I don’t like middle grounds.

  • TIME SQUARE
    Dec 1, 2023 – Mar 31, 2024
    Flashback Habitat
    Turin, Italy
    Flashback Habitat Ecosystem for Contemporary Cultures continues its path of experimentation and artistic research with the new exhibition Time Square: L’arte in piazza trascende il tempo. The exhibition takes inspiration from the famous square in New York, changing its name to Time Square, where the words “time” and “square” collide and recompose new meanings. The American square is the clear symbol of aggressive modernity and humanity in transformation. (more…)
  • Wong Chung-Wai: Hong Kong After Hong Kong
    Publication
    Gost
    International
    In May 2021, Wong Chung-Wai left Hong Kong with his family to begin a new life in the UK. During the six months prior to their departure he had wandered the city alone using his camera to create an imprint of those things he could not take with him. The photographs in Hong Kong After Hong Kong are Chung-Wai’s visual lament for the city. They show the city’s contradictions – the co-existence of urban infrastructure and nature, the ancient and contemporary (more…)