y visual research started on the streets, exploring the ‘’coincidences’’, shortcuts and meetings between the human being and its surroundings. I felt the importance of the transformation of the human in a constantly ‘’developing’’ landscape, a human in front of technologies, in front of himself.
Most of the time in my work a human being is where I start and where I finish, it’s the fundamental element of my language. Yet, in the last two years I’ve been very much attracted and stimulated by still life photography as well, that for me is becoming a great mean of semiotic communication, that nevertheless contains some footprints of society. Most of the time I work on topics concerning identity, consumerism and cultural differences.