• In Memoria 2009

    Forgotten images on old tombstones. If it's true what is often said; that a person is alive as long as the memory is preserved, it becomes difficult to preserve a memory when all it remais, an image, is faded away too. This project is a visual interpretation of Edgar Lee Master's Spoon River Anthology, where every poem is an epitaph on an imaginary cemetery in a provicial american town. There is no nostalgia in this work, just a deeper thought about our identity and place in this world, as well as about the paths we follow to the very end.