From Conor Risch’s article at PDN:

[Rafael] Soldi says he’s happy to tell the personal stories behind the images to viewers if they ask, because he’s learned that “the more specific something is, the more universal it becomes—people connect to personal stories.” But he’s “more interested in how the work stands as a whole, and the meditation it can provoke in the viewer. I don’t need people to know my story, I’m just curious to understand human nature and try to leave enough space for others to access their own experiences through my work.”

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