To make this project I imposed myself one rule, all the photographs had to be made within the limits of my house. From this single guideline, I first began to photograph the spaces, then the domestic objects and finally their inhabitants. But as I was accumulating images, I felt the need to transform all that palpable and evident reality, to adapt it to my speech, and thus speak not only about the tangible but also about what we do not see.
The final result is Dream Moons, a sequence that mixes photographs and texts to enter into a dreamlike and unstable world and make us travel through the dream of the author.

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