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States of Consciousness: Art Project by Gaby Herbstein

Published Jul 10, 2015

“Estados de Conciencia” (states of consciousness) is an intriguing art project by Argentinian photographer Gaby Herbstein.

“What is consciousness? How is it obtained? How can I define it?

These were the puzzles I wanted to fathom when I first started working on this series of images. And through that quest I found an answer that filled my soul: Life is a path where we shift from one level of consciousness to another and this implies being truly connected with every single thing we encounter in that journey. Consciousness is that connection. It is a bridge between the perfect universal reality and the reality of the physical world we live in.”

— Gaby Herbstein

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