A dark place, full of people with different motivations, groping along the way, waiting for signs, waiting for events, waiting for the inexplicable to happen. Meeting spaces in the half-light, places of observation and meditation that in each person present evoke intimate desires and intuitions more or less transcendent and profound. Where an individual’s particular beliefs emerge and project unique empirical realities. “A dark place” moves through locations where several groups of people meet with the desire to say that, in one way or another, they are part of a wider, unknown reality that transcends our visible physical world. These collective manifestations question precisely what is not visible: intense glances crisscrossing in semi-dark places or eyes closed in places of worship, trying to bring forth this piece of a hidden world from the folds of one’s own visible reality.
(Work in progress)