In 1967 my grandfather planted these Eucalyptus trees at Fazenda das Areias in Sete Lagoas. It was 50 years and the trees were cut for financial reasons, turning from table to coal. Since I was a child, I was fascinated by rainy periods to see these trees swaying in the gusts of wind, an intense noise of twisting twigs and falling leaves. From one day to the next I come across the same landscapes of my childhood, but now with a void filling the whole space.
Reporter photographic and visual artist, Guilherme Bergamini is Brazilian and graduated in Journalism. For more than two decades, he has developed projects with photography and the various narrative possibilities that art offers. The works of the artist dialogue between memory and social political criticism. He believes in photography as the aesthetic potential and transforming agent of society. Awarded in national and international competitions, Guilherme Bergamini participated in collective exhibitions in 48 countries.