'light and curtains' is a book that explores 'the metaphor of the bubble' through the interweaving of prose, poetry and photography. It unwinds a perspective of the human experience as an ever-present bubble of perceptions, where what is real is where the subject’s attention is captured. Each page is page number 1, and each story is a 'bubble for attention 1'. In such a way the reader is invited to presence and a-linear reading.
The photographs contained in the book constitute a parallel narration. They capture details of light shining through the same curtains at different hours of different days. Though the subject is one, its appearance constantly changes. In such a way a different entrance to 'the bubble metaphor' is offered. The ordinary subject is depicted in its extraordinary nature, giving the perspective that what matters is 'how one looks rather than what one looks at.