I was born in Esperanza, the first Swiss colony in Argentina.
My approach to photography began in childhood, with an amateur mother who constantly photographed her daughters. At the age of 11 I had my first camera.
Since 1975 I have been living in Spain, first in Las Palmas-Canarias and then in Madrid.
I am an architect and photographer. I am a partner of the Ramseyer Waisman Architects Studio (RWA).
Architecture, photography and travel are inextricably linked in my life.
I am a great admirer of the Spanish painters and sculptors of the second half of the 20th century - Miralles, Feito, Zóbel, Rivera, Palazuelo, Muñoz, Sempere, Torner, Rueda, Manrique... I have studied their works, and the influence on my photographs is evident.
I am interested in the wide range of themes that exist between the compositions with macro lens to the realities of other cultures, with the common denominator of the effects of light and reflections in all visual perceptions.
I keep a large number of photographs in my travel archives.
I work in macro photography researching on the alterations derived from scale variations and the incidence of light.
I am attracted by the perceptive association between images obtained photographically and some abstract works of art.
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Ines Ramseyer Dayer
Paseo de la Castellana 151
Tel: +34 915 718 330