Thales Pessoa is a 21 year old Brazilian photographer currently living and working in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he is pursuing a degree in AudioVisual Studies. His work is central to the theme of human interaction and participation within public spaces. This collection of images is from a recently completed project about long and silent walks.
This series of images is inherently geometric and have a soft spoken way about them. Using the frame to break the image plane into sections and color blocks, he organizes the potentially chaotic. He focus on manmade constructs, dissecting the objects interaction with its immediate environment—resulting in infinite image combinations.
You can see more of this project on his blog.