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  • Free, Fair and Sovereign is a photographic documentary style work about agriculture transformations and its consequences.
    From many different historical perspectives to imaging the rural space, the average citizen has a number of isolated folk-productive elements such as: the tractor; the plow; the mill; the gaucho and the cow, among other clichés. Due the loss of the horizon in the cities, the industrialization of food chain; the supermarket; and agricultural practices transformations bringed by direct

    sowing, new agriculture has been taked to the level of abstraction for public opinion. Under this hypothesis, the 'Country' has become a reservoir of cultural anachronisms, being the argentinean costumbrismo and early twentieth century pictorialism the last artistic movements that have visually represented rural space. It is in this passage from the panoramic view to detail that the aesthetics addressed by Free, Fair and Sovereign has support in strong image cuts, taking the rural landscape and its elements towards greater abstraction.