Matei Muntiu

This series is an observation on how someone’s identity can be perceived if we can’t look in or at their eyes. By covering their eyes or parts of their head I stripped the subjects of parts of their personality or disabled the viewer’s power to read their emotions. What’s curious is that the subjects body language tells the viewer something. But can the viewer correctly read their intentions or emotions? Some photographs are edited and others are left as they were shot. The last one is supposed to be an antithesis, however not only humans have emotions.

This series is an observation on how someone’s identity can be perceived if we can’t look in or at their eyes. By covering their eyes or parts of their head I stripped the subjects of parts of their personality or disabled the viewer’s power to read their emotions. What’s curious is that the subjects body language tells the viewer something. But can the viewer correctly read their intentions or emotions? Some photographs are edited and others are left as they were shot. The last one is supposed to be an antithesis, however not only humans have emotions.

This series is an observation on how someone’s identity can be perceived if we can’t look in or at their eyes. By covering their eyes or parts of their head I stripped the subjects of parts of their personality or disabled the viewer’s power to read their emotions. What’s curious is that the subjects body language tells the viewer something. But can the viewer correctly read their intentions or emotions? Some photographs are edited and others are left as they were shot. The last one is supposed to be an antithesis, however not only humans have emotions.

This series is an observation on how someone’s identity can be perceived if we can’t look in or at their eyes. By covering their eyes or parts of their head I stripped the subjects of parts of their personality or disabled the viewer’s power to read their emotions. What’s curious is that the subjects body language tells the viewer something. But can the viewer correctly read their intentions or emotions? Some photographs are edited and others are left as they were shot. The last one is supposed to be an antithesis, however not only humans have emotions.

This series is an observation on how someone’s identity can be perceived if we can’t look in or at their eyes. By covering their eyes or parts of their head I stripped the subjects of parts of their personality or disabled the viewer’s power to read their emotions. What’s curious is that the subjects body language tells the viewer something. But can the viewer correctly read their intentions or emotions? Some photographs are edited and others are left as they were shot. The last one is supposed to be an antithesis, however not only humans have emotions.

This series is an observation on how someone’s identity can be perceived if we can’t look in or at their eyes. By covering their eyes or parts of their head I stripped the subjects of parts of their personality or disabled the viewer’s power to read their emotions. What’s curious is that the subjects body language tells the viewer something. But can the viewer correctly read their intentions or emotions? Some photographs are edited and others are left as they were shot. The last one is supposed to be an antithesis, however not only humans have emotions.

This series is an observation on how someone’s identity can be perceived if we can’t look in or at their eyes. By covering their eyes or parts of their head I stripped the subjects of parts of their personality or disabled the viewer’s power to read their emotions. What’s curious is that the subjects body language tells the viewer something. But can the viewer correctly read their intentions or emotions? Some photographs are edited and others are left as they were shot. The last one is supposed to be an antithesis, however not only humans have emotions.

This series is an observation on how someone’s identity can be perceived if we can’t look in or at their eyes. By covering their eyes or parts of their head I stripped the subjects of parts of their personality or disabled the viewer’s power to read their emotions. What’s curious is that the subjects body language tells the viewer something. But can the viewer correctly read their intentions or emotions? Some photographs are edited and others are left as they were shot. The last one is supposed to be an antithesis, however not only humans have emotions.

This series is an observation on how someone’s identity can be perceived if we can’t look in or at their eyes. By covering their eyes or parts of their head I stripped the subjects of parts of their personality or disabled the viewer’s power to read their emotions. What’s curious is that the subjects body language tells the viewer something. But can the viewer correctly read their intentions or emotions? Some photographs are edited and others are left as they were shot. The last one is supposed to be an antithesis, however not only humans have emotions.

This series is an observation on how someone’s identity can be perceived if we can’t look in or at their eyes. By covering their eyes or parts of their head I stripped the subjects of parts of their personality or disabled the viewer’s power to read their emotions. What’s curious is that the subjects body language tells the viewer something. But can the viewer correctly read their intentions or emotions? Some photographs are edited and others are left as they were shot. The last one is supposed to be an antithesis, however not only humans have emotions.

This series is an observation on how someone’s identity can be perceived if we can’t look in or at their eyes. By covering their eyes or parts of their head I stripped the subjects of parts of their personality or disabled the viewer’s power to read their emotions. What’s curious is that the subjects body language tells the viewer something. But can the viewer correctly read their intentions or emotions? Some photographs are edited and others are left as they were shot. The last one is supposed to be an antithesis, however not only humans have emotions.

This series is an observation on how someone’s identity can be perceived if we can’t look in or at their eyes. By covering their eyes or parts of their head I stripped the subjects of parts of their personality or disabled the viewer’s power to read their emotions. What’s curious is that the subjects body language tells the viewer something. But can the viewer correctly read their intentions or emotions? Some photographs are edited and others are left as they were shot. The last one is supposed to be an antithesis, however not only humans have emotions.

This series is an observation on how someone’s identity can be perceived if we can’t look in or at their eyes. By covering their eyes or parts of their head I stripped the subjects of parts of their personality or disabled the viewer’s power to read their emotions. What’s curious is that the subjects body language tells the viewer something. But can the viewer correctly read their intentions or emotions? Some photographs are edited and others are left as they were shot. The last one is supposed to be an antithesis, however not only humans have emotions.

This series is an observation on how someone’s identity can be perceived if we can’t look in or at their eyes. By covering their eyes or parts of their head I stripped the subjects of parts of their personality or disabled the viewer’s power to read their emotions. What’s curious is that the subjects body language tells the viewer something. But can the viewer correctly read their intentions or emotions? Some photographs are edited and others are left as they were shot. The last one is supposed to be an antithesis, however not only humans have emotions.

This series is an observation on how someone’s identity can be perceived if we can’t look in or at their eyes. By covering their eyes or parts of their head I stripped the subjects of parts of their personality or disabled the viewer’s power to read their emotions. What’s curious is that the subjects body language tells the viewer something. But can the viewer correctly read their intentions or emotions? Some photographs are edited and others are left as they were shot. The last one is supposed to be an antithesis, however not only humans have emotions.

This series is an observation on how someone’s identity can be perceived if we can’t look in or at their eyes. By covering their eyes or parts of their head I stripped the subjects of parts of their personality or disabled the viewer’s power to read their emotions. What’s curious is that the subjects body language tells the viewer something. But can the viewer correctly read their intentions or emotions? Some photographs are edited and others are left as they were shot. The last one is supposed to be an antithesis, however not only humans have emotions.

Matei Muntiu

From an early age I have been fascinated about the mechanics and the magic that worked inside that little box called photo camera.

When I was 15 I went to a photography course where I learned all technicalities about photography and how to develop b&w film. I borrowed my father’s Smena and started my own experiments on film.

My fine arts education brought me closer to photography and helped me with composition and other aspects of the art. I developed my own knowledge of photography and its various fields during years of personal studies and exploratory projects.

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