'Absence' 2017 & 'Evidence' 2016
The subjects in the photographs seem undisturbed, almost lifeless, they refer to a permanent state and a permanent space. They are not dead, they are suspended in a parenthesis. They are specters in a limbo between subject and object.
The empty spaces, devoid of any human presence, represent Rome, a city torn between preserving the past and the impossibility of its conservation, in the brink of becoming Pompey, a petrified eternity.
These places will remain thus for all times. They are a slot in memory, a storage space where deleted archives are sent in order to fasten and preserve irrecoverable times.