Reportage: Lineas Alienadas

María Callizo Monge (1992) was born in Zaragoza (Spain). She is currently living and working in Barcelona. As a visual and conceptual artist, her works have been exhibited and published on some magazines. Since she was a child she had always a camera in her hands, so she could portrait her world as her eyes saw it. She likes to think about the story behind the emptiness of buildings and small lifes hidden in the crowd.

Text and pictures by María Callizo Monge
Edited by Chiara Costantino

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Lineas Alienadas (Alienated Lines) is a work in progress that started in 2010. It describes overpopulation, massive construction and lack of individuality. María Callizo’s work talks about overcrowding and the inability to find ourselves; the huge amount of people living in the same area, people who come and go, people who escape. Thousands of people and buildings, gathered into a mass. There is no space.
Life disappears and is replaced by hundreds of new lives.
Who are you, compared to this immense mass?
How to find out what you are looking for, in such an overcrowded world?
How to find out our individuality?

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( Images © María Callizo Monge)

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