Silver 2021 Architecture / Buildings
High Rise Anxiety
High Rise Anxiety is a photographic series that explores my way of coping with anxiety. I explore my own psyche by shooting very organized forms and reconstructing them. Through this process I come to terms with the fact that sometimes there is disorganization in life, and one has to cope with it in the best way you can. The images feature structural forms (formal lines and shapes found in buildings), rearranged into new visual compositions. These serve as a metaphor for my process of moving from anxiety to understanding that beauty and wonder are found in what might seem to lack organization.
César Cedano-Brea is a graduate of the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California, were he acquire a Masters in Fine Arts in Photography. He also attended the School of Communications at the University of Puerto Rico Rio Piedras Campus, where he earned a BA with a double major in Audiovisual Communications and Theater. Ever since he was a little boy he has had interest in the performing arts, gradually discovering the world of photography and communications, educating himself and working in these fields passionately. César has 12 years of professional experience in communications.