This contemporary photography based project takes us on an archeological journey on which the places of the present, common to nature and human beings, connect with the full magnitude of time. Myrias refers to the Greek word myriad meaning “incalculable amount” or “that which we cannot cover”. I have established a photographic and archeological journey which consists of three phases. First one, “Archeopoetics”, an initial phase of exploration. “Protohorizons”, is a second phase of representation. Finally “Premonitions” is a third phase of revelation, which transports us to a dream world in which anything could happen. The project is close to the cultural and anthropological roots which invite us to make a journey through time. The contemporary photography language used combines recollection of natural and human objects, old slides from history of art and the archeological journey like method of work.
This work considers other questions, like our perception of world and nature conditioned by the history buildt by our ancestors; the relativity of the objects selected to tell us our past; the no objetivity to read those traces. A vision, from some marginality, of the deep link between eternal nature, human time and our personal cycle.