My project is a visual exploration of a global phenomenon, one that transcends boundaries and captivates the hearts and lenses of people from all corners of the world—the Eiffel Tower. Rising proudly on the Champ de Mars in Paris, France, this iconic wrought-iron lattice tower, constructed from 1887 to 1889, is not just a structure but a living testament to human ingenuity and creativity.

Each year, millions of people make a pilgrimage to the Iron Lady. They arrive from every imaginable nation, a diverse tapestry of cultures, languages and traditions, and yet, they all find themselves drawn to the same awe-inspiring sight.
What intrigues me in this project is not just the Eiffel Tower itself, but the profound impact it has on the people who come to visit it. In our postmodern age, I've observed that while people flock to this monument, they often find themselves lost in the screens of their phones, perpetually capturing moments, but sometimes forgetting to live them. It's a paradox that reflects our imprint on the world today—the simultaneous connection and detachment in an age of ever-present technology.
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