"As photography is a trail that leaves the light, I think the photographs have the character of being a memory, a vestige of what has already happened. You decide whether that photograph remains with you or begins to be part of your disposable things. Many of my photographs not only decide to stay, but also show objects, colors, ephemeral situations. A forgotten tiara in the maturity of a kid, the red of a traffic light that stops being red to be green, a plant in oblivion or an imposed femininity. I like to portray disposable things, to give them back or at least to remember them as part of our lives."
See Castrillo's full series for DISPOSABLE here.