Silence of the White

Dear Readers,

Today we launched a short film:


The White Silence is part of the project Heaven of the Disasters

In this project, that contains a film and photographic works, Lita explores the Intensity, the Solitude and the Intimacy of Children faced with physical or psychological abuse. The White Silence is the Title of one a short movie in addition to the large photographs and can be seen on Vimeo

Robert C Morgan* about the Photography project:

“They are intensely dramatic photographs that will not let us go. We cannot easily turn away or avoid the emotional consequences of our feelings. By engaging with these children in the darkness, we may come to discover not only who they are, whether imaginary or real, but who we are as well.
As for interpreting Heaven of the Disasters, it would be problematic to analyze the origin of her experience in literal terms. Given the cultural background of Lita Cabellut, poetry is of the essence. It is the way to restore power in one’s soul. Any attempt to offer a discursive interpretation of these monumental photographs would be inaccurate and absurd. ”

*Robert C. Morgan is a critic, writer, painter, art historian, and lecturer who lives and works in New York. In 1999, he was given the first Arcale award in international art criticism by the Municipality of Salamanca, and in 2011, was inducted into the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, Salzburg. Author of many books and literary hundreds of essays and monographs, he is currently Professor Emeritus in Art History at the Rochester Institute of Technology and conducts graduate seminars at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York.