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by Melissa Faithful

Emanuela D’Ambrosi is a photographer who abandoned her studies in Psychology to follow her dream and practice what she loved. Focusing on the human body, D’Ambrosi likes to find similarities between photography and psychology, as she believes that one completes the other, referring to Susan Sontag quote “a photograph is both a pseudo-presence and an indication of a lack.”

Her series Ghosts Exorcised is a collection of black & white images that capture human bodies or the details of, in a dark, atmospheric setting that remind one a cult horror movie. As the photographer explains on her series, it is “a private collection of bodies that exorcise my ghosts,” and we can see both the ghostly effect and the essence of exorcism in this work.

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