Ibiza, Balearic Islands
"As we degenerate, the contrast between us and our house [nature] is more evident. We do not understand the notes of the birds. The fox and the deer run away from us; the bear and tiger rend us". R. W. E.
The island's Nature, embodied by the benevolent but daunting goddess Tanit, is perceived in all its mightiness. It awakens a
certain reverence and awe. Its inaccessible yet embracing Beauty tosses our senses and makes us wonder if they are "truly adjusted to each other".
I felt observed, questioned. Were my inward and outward senses communicating reciprocally?
While I was trying to answer this question, I began portraying the Island. These photographs are my tribute to Tanit, for having stirred my conscience and prompted an inner revolution.
©Sara Musashi, Atlantis
©Sara Musashi, For Tanit
©Sara Musashi, White Noise
©Sara Musashi, Cacti
©Sara Musashi, Islanders
©Sara Musashi, Dalt Vila
©Sara Musashi, Sdraio al Vento
©Sara Musashi, Es Xarco
©Sara Musashi, Nubivagant
©Sara Musashi, Cliffs and Clouds