LUCA MARIANACCIO


What is that ‘invisible calamity’ that seems to damage some places around us?

Oblivium is a photographic project that tells about an area forgotten by people.

Analysing the concept of oblivion in its different philosophic, literary and psychological meanings, we tried to turn attention to the landscapes we met following the natural itinerary of the Majella, a great mountain of the Apennine of Abruzzo.
During the itinerary we bump into the so-called neglected places, landscapes characterised by a strong uneasiness and a neglected nature.

The time reference in the headline wants to strengthen the oblivion idea and, at the same time, set an exact date when those same places have begun to lose memory.

The signs found during the itinerary let us think that everything stopped on the 15th August 2012, as if a silent catastrophe had damaged those areas, blotting out every human and vital presence.

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Finalist at Slideluck Rome



OBLIVIUM 16082012

Luca Marianaccio/Iacopo Pasqui

50 copies
Selfpublish

10 copies special edition with chromogenic print

92 pages
50 color plates
19 x 15 cm

2014
100% recycled
100% handmade

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