18BIS

2, Oscar

02470010

2, Matias

00180003

3, Felix

00680004

3, Matilda

00270006

3, Gala

00730003

4, Matilda

perfecto

4, Martina and 20 months Julia

00270008

4, Vincent

00720010b

4, Carmela

00080002

4, Lucien and 6, Beata

00270001

4, Oscar

01380008-Recovered

5, Matteo

00120007

6, Lucien

00070006

7, Sadiatu

00130001

7, Eve

00020011

7, Alex

01380004

7, Yann

00270012

7, Passion and Emma

01620012

8, Kira

00010007

8, Arnau

00550002

8, Sadiatu

00110010

9, George

00110004

9, Beata

00650002

10, Lucien

00090004

10, Elinor

11, Eve

11, Eve

00810011

11, Alma

00680006

12, Guillermo

00300004

12, Lara

14N_PG006f

12, Beata

00060010

12, Marielle

13, Georgie

13, Georgie

00300012

13, Gwynfor

00040002

14, David and Luis

00300001

14, Alma

Growing Up (in progress)

There is a lot of anxiety nowadays concerning children. As adults we perceive the world as a threatening place and as a consequence we tend to overprotect our children.

In the past (seventeenth century) we created the concept of childhood and great things were achieved to protect children from child labor, sexual abuse, neglect and violence.

In the 1950s we created the myth of the innocent child where childhood was the perfect place to indulge our nostalgia.

By the end of the seventies this romantic idea of childhood already began to erode.

The intent of this project is to follow not only the physical but also the psychological changes in a child through the years from the age of two up to adolescence and to observe the confused boundary between innocence and experience, childhood and adulthood.