Non Correre by Aldo Frezza is a book that moves around the concept of memory. Through archival photographs, the author deconstructs what are the last tarnished memories of a person suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. Photography, as an auxiliary tool to human memory, is the most appropriate language to evoke the feeling of the patient who is unable to give a name to their loved ones. The sequence with an editing made up of images full of meanings becomes a visual and factual experience. An old photograph that dissolves itself can be visually and conceptually associated with fading memories. Dive into the visual experience that Aldo Frezza gives us with this exciting book.
Aldo Frezza: Non Correre
Inside: 80 pages on Arena White 140g 4/4
Cover: hardcover with 1/0 matte black laminated printing board
Format: 16.5 x 23.5
Interior: 16 self-covered pages in Arena White 140g 1/1 black