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Andrea Passon: In pursuing a goal without realizing that we have little time available

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Andrea Passon is a photographer and artist based in Treviso, Italy. He uses photography to represent mysterious worlds, between reality and dream.

Where is utopia?
In pursuing a goal without realizing that we have little time available. Art is a purpose, living life for this purpose is a beautiful way of life.

What turns you on creatively, spiritually or emotionally?
Discovery, knowledge and research. They are fundamental aspects of art as of life.

What turns you off?
Hypocrisy and ignorance of people. Turn off the enthusiasm and the desire to create.

How much do the myths of history affect the life of the present?
Very very much. Without the past, the present does not exist and there can’t be a future. Everything we do is a remix of what we have seen and learned.

What is utopia made of?
it is made of dreams, of hope but above of design.

What do you think is the lowest depth of misery?
Misery is when we no longer have a choice and we no longer believe it.

What is your idea of ​​a human utopian land?
I don’t know, it’s good that there shouldn’t be a single model, everyone can interpret this concept in a thousand different ways.

Which defects do you feel most lenient to?
When enthusiasm becomes aggression, confusion and excess of empathy.

What is your favorite virtue?
Courage and determination

What is your utopian action?
Violating rules, questioning conformism, to create something new.

Credits for Interview:
Andrea Passon
Creative Director and Photographer from Italy, based in Treviso-Milan.
Web Site:
Instagram: andrea_passon_photography

Enri Mato is an urban architect and photographer born in 1986 into a family of artists. His father was a sculptor and his mother was a restorer, who worked at the Louvre Museum in Paris. He grew up in Tirana, where he discovered his interest in photography and art at an early age.

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