Tag: space

Today I noticed that daylight sticks around longer than before (finally!). Then I got some old films at the lab and I found these. That day I was traveling to Charlottenburg to run some errands there and the snow made…
This time we had a short chat with Mirae Rosner and Jesse Scott, the two initiators of the German cell of Graffiti Research Lab. If you’re curious, read on. Mirae and Jesse Sharing knowledge and tools is at the very…
A few months ago I mentioned the calm before the storm in what seems like a typical rant of mine. In the past few months I have been thinking about domesticity for other projects and small investigations, though those were…

Films remain in their box, filed and properly kept for months before it is possible to look at them with fresh eyes.
Continuing my “Visions of humans” series.
Napoli doppia
Home, Berlin, dealing with the necessary steps that will allow me to have, albeit only temporarily, the false impression of financial security. The photos from Geneva are still in their undeveloped film form and the films are still in my…
General view
The exhibition, as you know, is currently in Naples and the great thing about this is the way in which the space has been organized. “Structurally recyclable, basically disposable” is a special exhibition in that it is a traveling one…
Ghosts
Due to something I have been working on, I have been out observing and photographing the city a lot. Berlin is not a city that has gone undocumented. Quite to the contrary, there are many exhibitions and art works dedicated…
I have heard it enough times to make me worry: “dark room work will eventually die out or remain a very restricted niche field”. Is it true?
Be as it may, there is a certain tendency to dismiss analog photography…
Home, gestures
Someone told me that I should be writing about the exhibition, as it’s something rather important and it’s happening right now.
Whereas it is indeed something that literally shapes my days and consumes a lot of my energy,…