Non voglio vedere (en: I do not want to see) is an ongoing project reflecting on the concept of travelling, returning home, the feelings perceived every time the artist returns home and sees everything changed, the spaces, the habits, the people.
This project reflects about the sense of home, the concept of belonging, distance, displacement, about family and about physical places and inner spaces, close to the artist’s soul.
It talks about the sea and the land.
Parched soil and fresh water, that purifies.
It talks about stones, the past and the importance of memories.
Water that carves its way through the stone.
Sara Cucè (Sicilia, Italy) is an artist and photographer based in London, United Kingdom. She holds a BA graduate from London Metropolitan University, London.
Her work explores questions of identity, representation, perception, memory, and environment; it unravels identity and subjectivity as something that is never complete, but always in process, and invariably formed from within.
Cucè is the recipient of the Metro Imaging Mentorship Award and finalist of the LensCulture Magnum Photography Awards, the Magnum Print Swap Shop, the Royal Photographic Society IPE 160 and the Photography on a Postcard 2017.
Her work has been included in numerous exhibitions throughout UK, including: the Magnum Print Swap Shop, the Royal Photographic Society IPE 160 and the Photography on a Postcard 2017.