My girlfriend was diagnosed with an inner ear disorder called “Ménière's disease”. This disorder affects her hearing while causing her attack cases of vertigo, nausea and even vomiting. These symptoms are accompanied by blood pressure and anxiety.
These photos show her in the emergency room after she had her first time severe crisis that led to the diagnosis.
The images are merged with layers that represent something like motion graphic bars or traces. They are not meant to be an aesthetic montage only, but a conceptual visual association that represents the symptoms of the disease itself. These layers form a mass of audio/visual disturbances by constructing a field of waves related directly to the pressure, the noises inside the ear and the dizziness that follows. The disease becomes a symbolic visual pollution that attacks the images themselves through these invading graphic interferences of black bars.