MONOLITHS is a series of photographs that depicts fabricated industrial warehouses or plants. These images examine the natural areas that are occupied by the massive facilities. Made of concrete slabs or corrugated metal sheets Monoliths are pushing the boundaries of superficiality while also symbolising development of contemporary culture and industrial power above the natural landscape.

These objects are built all over the world following the same building plans, however without giving any indication of the specific purpose for which they are used. The only distinctive elements are materials used for their structure, which differ from construction to construction.

The body of work through photography studies the potential of the surface, venturing into investigation of their possible appearance and authority over the natural scenery.