While the modern tourist wants to try the “being someone else and somewhere else” experience, for tourism often is more a matter of consumption, I decided to stop and take pictures of the desired and long dreamt places.
It is an emotional journey into my love for the landscape that, just like architecture, asks for a deep fusion between matter, function and beauty.
“Estetica quotidiana” it is a personal journal. My eyes are not attracted by a specific subject instead they look at the intensification of reality itself.
This increase does not emerge as much in the object I focus on, but rather in the situation they are in.
Finalist at Riccardo Prina Prize
Exhibited in CHUNK3