The project describes the traces of human presence in the Italian peasant country inspired by the documentary photography of the great masters of the past like Walker Evans and Benenice Abbott. The daily effort well held by the man without appearing but here represented by objects, by structures and by equipment is evident and it contrasts with the modern era of globalization and advanced communications.
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