- rinnegato -

PhotographerMartina Zanin
Prize3rd Place in Deeper Perspective / Deeper Perspective
Entry Description

- rinnegato - Disown /dis•own/ Transitive verb 1. To claim, saying falsely, to have never knew anyone, rejecting the relationship of devotion or affection which unites us to him; disown. - rinnegato - (Italian for - disown -) is an autobiographical project about the complicated relationship, now non-existent, between father and daughter. An inconstant father who tried to be present, the teachings and events that influenced a child, and still have an impact on her daily life, making tricky relationships and choices; all represented by image that evoke metaphorically a part of the story.

Story

- rinnegato - Disown /dis•own/ Transitive verb 1. To claim, saying falsely, to have never knew anyone, rejecting the relationship of devotion or affection which unites us to him; disown. - rinnegato - (Italian for - disown -) is an autobiographical project about the complicated relationship, now non-existent, between father and daughter. An inconstant father who tried to be present, the teachings and events that influenced a child, and still have an impact on her daily life, making tricky relationships and choices; all represented by image that evoke metaphorically a part of the story.