History never crosses these streets is a 122 pages, self published photographic series that looks like something in between a photo-zine and a photo book.
The project deals with the concepts of boredom and repetition in everyday life and mixes various formal elements to create a personal and straightforward visual language.
The narrative alternates traditional photography with drawings, collages and various manipulations that work as breaking tools to destroy the repetitiveness of the context in which the story is set.
The series describe a situation of daily impasse where the actual formal sequence is created to escape the routine of the story itself.
The book acts a sort of modern pseudo-shamanic amulet that the viewer can use to overcome reality at least in the form of visual narrative.
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If it’s up to us to create history, then l will create a story of complete immature revolution against repetition.
A story where we can dream to be the directors of unimaginable adventures. At the end it’s all about the image and how we use it to shape a world where we are not left apart.
It is possible to have a look at the book in its entirety here: https://www.instagram.com/p/CEgZVHCBKGe/