This is something different from what I usually did in photography and from what I showed around in the past years. I’ve been working basically in documentary photography trying to develop a personal approach and language, following a research about my generation.
In this case I focused on a different kind of research. Starting from a very diary an personal archive (pictures collected in the last year) I meant to investigate about the meaning of imagery for me. About what is my imagery and if it is the reason or consequence of my shooting.
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