Imagine a reality coexisting with two parallel dimensions. One of these dimensions would be simply the one that we live in, where we exist as ourselves. The second, an alternate reality where all of us would have another one, a projection of a world without constraints of any order, an almost cinematic existence within an imaginary admittedly obscure.
Who are the characters that Nuno Horta creates for shooting? And in which way models and characters can be the same for the shoot, an alternative imaginary, disturbing dreams? The photographic work of Nuno Horta establish this passage. His gaze interprets people who see a real dimension, then they are trans gured. An exercise of discovering the self, then settles a visual manifestation of some hidden appeal that lodges in the most inaccessible places of the human mind. This artistic ction is as bleak as effulgent. The atmosphere is terrifying, but enigmatically seductive. Where it forms the border?