Look at the subconscious
These photographs are born from unexpected, fast-paced, fast moments, where I propose to encompass the subconscious image, the one we see through the corner of our eye, the one we observe in dreams and we don’t know if we really saw them or it was part of a hallucination, of contact. with our interior and existence.
Are they really there? Who are these characters? Are you sure of what you saw? They are images that make me doubt reality and the perception of the object / world / life. How to grasp something that happened fleetingly?
Here the intelligible does not exist.
Rodolfo Tuliano (Caracas, Venezuela 1980) is a boy who, since he was a child, has always liked to walk the streets of Caracas.
He escaped from his house to inhabit the concrete in search of new experiences that would come out of the monotony of the 4 walls; Armed with a skateboard, he raced with other teammates, threw rocks at cars, and knocked on apartment and business doors to run away, just for the adventure of unpredictability.
Later, being influenced by a family of artists, he made formal studies in music: at the age of 12 he entered the José Reyna Music Conservatory, where he trained, thus beginning a broad musical career that continues today.
He has a degree as a Dentist in 2010 from the Central University of Venezuela and has been trained in the visual arts in the Roberto Mata photography school for 2 years and in La ONG (La Organización Nelson Garrido) for 7 years.
In addition, he worked for a year with the Oswaldo Vigas Foundation as a documentary maker, researcher, translator, designer and photographer. Today, in addition to his personal work, he is a freelance photographer.
His work has been exhibited mainly in Mexico, Costa Rica, Venezuela and Argentina, and has appeared in different publications and blogs specialized in photography in the United States, Europe and Latin America.