Ana Santos is an emerging fine art photographer based in Madrid, Spain, that combines her personal projects with working as a freelance photographer and designer. She´s interested in questioning and reflecting on emotional limits as well as the indistinct boundaries and multiple polarities that delimit the reality of the human being in the environment he inhabits through aesthetic photographic experiences.
In her work, Ana pursues beauty through the solemnity of geometrical shapes. She takes the synergy of the human body, space, the female figure and multiple identities as her conceptual base.
Chamaleonidäe (derived from the Greek word “chamai” meaning “on the ground” and from the Latin word “leo” meaning“lion” or “earthen lion”) is a reflection about connection, adaptation, duality, and contradiction. An identity full of metaphors and polarities. A place to calm down, to exhibit, to hide and to mimic us with the space. An attempt to listen the interior stains of our soul. What you express and what is expected from us to express; the loss of vital instinct of “savage woman” and passion, sexuality, maternity; belonging and many places of being. The beauty of interspersed shapes and geometry of worship into life, matter and habitable space.