17 September 2015 at Europe House Georgia
“East Iberia, indefinable border of a long-gone kingdom and of Europe, a continent that gradually dissipates as it enters the Caucasus. From another European periphery, West Iberia, comes a contemporary visual essay that reflects on the notions of frontier and becoming, documenting Tbilisi and its surroundings. A representation made of universal elements, it offers an on-look into a place as it reinvents itself, forging its new identity. Observing spaces in a specific moment in time, it seeks to translate a dialog with past and future.”
Sergio Rolando, 1978. Sergio lives in Porto, Portugal, where he works as a photographer. He holds a Master Degree in Documental Photography and Cinema. He exhibits on a regular basis and has a great deal of published work.
This event is organized by the Portuguese Language Center at TSU and sponsored by Camões – Portuguese Institute for Cooperation and Language.
Event link: https://www.facebook.com/events/459692487551604/
In the Camões Institute website (in Portuguese): http://www.instituto-camoes.pt/lingua-e-cultura/sergio-rolando-em-tbilisi