I am interested in the relationship we have with memory. In the way memories can be revealed through our acts. I am also interested in the dynamics of reconstruction of past and the different methods we all use to deal with traumas.
With the recent publication of the book “Most Were Silent” (Skinnerboox, 2018) I’ve finished a sort of trilogy made in collaboration with my friend and colleague Anush Hamzehian on the interferences that History can have on private fates.
For me, It’s not about the medium. Since a few years I am working on video and films also. So let’s say…I love photography, but I am not committed to it.
Unseen was a splendid occasion to discover new bodies of work by the other photographers involved in the Futures Program.
I would say that is a beautiful opportunity to be in touch with curators and other photographers and see your own work displayed around Europe.
The pictures I am showing here were made and conceived for the Futures Exhibition at Camera in Torino. They are the beginning of a new project, though. So It’s time for me to go on working and I must admit that it’s definitely the moment I love the most.