"To inhabit is to be at home everywhere" (Situationist slogan)
The photos and videos composing the work in progress series “Ludic Art Exercises”, commenced in 2005, intend to capture the power of playful occupation of the urban space by its inhabitants. The idea behind the project is to find and capture in each city a portion of the urban space that is actively used by its residents in times of leisure, a space where the emotions and experiences induced by play, sport and simple spending free time flourish in each one of us. An ode to the seemingly "dead-time", sensitively explored by masters of cinema such as Yasugiro Ozu and Abbas Kiarostami.
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