“Cronache del Rinascimento”
About The Renaissance Series.
What I cherish the most about Photography is its empiric/investigative/dubitative character. It's as if it were an extraordinary device that enables you to imagine or glimpse the often elusive profile of reality.
Assertive is only the certainty that reality itself includes a large percentage of invisible elements as well.
There are no stories to be told but, maybe, discourses to be structured.
Therefore, the position of my camera is always: ordinary, shared, mediated, inclusive and often, well visible.
In this project about the Sacred Renaissance in Italy, I've been aiming at an equidistant point among sculpture, painting and dust.