The human face is really like one of those Oriental gods: a whole group of faces juxtaposed on different planes; it is impossible to see them all simultaneously... Renato Roque quotes Marcel Proust. Who lived at the time of Nadar, the photographer whose portraits were particularly expressive because done with slow shutter speeds, therefore in a single photo many faces of one person were superimposed. In pictures by Renato Roque we see many faces of many different people. Why today it is impossible to see them all simultaneously?
Source: Renato Roque