I’ve always been fascinated by the passion of Jesus Christ. I have always loved and always study the iconography of the moment of Jesus’s life. In particular it has always struck me that the time of God’s son’s passion in which the body of Christ is handed over to his mother, the Virgin Mary. The moment when all is finished, the time when man has ravaged the body of Christ and delivers it to the woman who loves him most in the world. In my project “The Passion of God’s Son” I tried to stop this moment, the moment in which a mother and a son are found, the time when a mother mourning her son in the silence of Caravaggio’s paintings and sculptures of Michelangelo. There are Jesus, Mary and there is a light, the same light that gently caresses the body is the light of God, it’s the God’s hand that caressing her son who sacrificed for the salvation of humanity. Hands, faces, that body, the silence.