The invisible hours. Death, iPhone 3GS. 2011

Observing the characters Giacomo Por portrays is akin to observing actors on an intimate stage. As Coleridge famously said, what happens is a «willing suspension of disbelief for the moment, which constitutes poetic faith». We are drawn into the character’s persona. We engage – both visually and verbally – with them. Giacomo’s mastery lies in his ability to portray his characters with such deftness that they breathe credible and forceful life into his words, lifting them off the paper and making them their own. As a result, we engage with them, we feel for them, we are – even if for a fleeting moment – part of them. @saturninofarandola.
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Observar a los personajes que retrata Giacomo Por es similar a observar a los actores en su escenario íntimo. Como dijo Coleridge, «es la suspensión dispuesta de incredulidad por el momento, lo lo que constituye la fe poética». Él absorbe la personalidad del personaje. Nos involucramos – tanto visualmente y verbalmente – con ellos. El dominio de Giacomo radica en su habilidad para retratar a sus personajes con tal destreza que respiran vida creíble y contundente en sus palabras, llavandolas al papel y haciendolas propias. Como resultado, nos involucramos con ellos, nos sentimos como ellos, -aunque sea por un momento fugaz- parte de ellos. @saturninofarandola.

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