“I usually come here” is a photography project that depicts the legal and illegal gardens located in the centre of Lisbon.
Photography acts as the means for the presentation of the installations, as sculptures or aesthetic creations, made by people who live on these gardens. In this first “test” project, photographs show the human figure in an impersonal manner, whether by signs or the presence of a faceless body. It is through those signs that the observer can identify the subject.
The interest in the development of this project sprouted from the curiosity of entering those spaces, knowing who frequents them, how these facilities were created, and what is the relation between these places and the cosmopolitan environment, which can be frequently found near places of rapid movement such as motorways.