[Prendersi cura di]: una breve storia di 15 anni (2001-2017)

C’erano tre grandi abeti rossi
dietro casa nostra.

Sembrava di essere in montagna
quando lo sguardo si soffermava fuori
dalla finestra della cucina.

Poi improvvisamente, tutto cambiò.

Molta luce si riversava ora nella stanza.

Non per molto ancora.

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[Architecture]: Cancer(2016)

Cancro (2016)
Cancer (2016)

Cool, doesn’t it?

This is a good example to illustrate how architecture sometimes is used to camouflage the real scope of an industrial complex. In this case the complex is an incinerator, close to the city of Padua. Despite the knowledge that winds always blow toward the downtown, recently the complex has grown tripling. The stupid thing about this fact is that to garantee a ROI (return on investment) the furnaces has to burn a minimum quantity of  non-recyclable litter that is more than the local picked up. So in this centre the litter arrive even from other regions (administrative areas).

[Sci-Fi Photography]: The Portal

Limite invalicabile (2016)
Limite invalicabile (2016)

This is a special place where there is a portal for time travelling. The characteristics of this portal is that it link reality with art. Just in front of you there was the access to a secret military zone, but actually is closed.

Only one of the two doors is real. And you have only one possibility to try.

Now we should continue, time is ending. On the right you can follow a path to the medioeval bridge.

On the left instead  an ascetic portal protected by a thick glass  permits you to reach the Saints.

The trash bin is the mailbox where messages are left. Inside you can exchange messages between the two worlds.

Others objects lying in this place with different meanings. But those are just for your protection.

So, if you pass close here, don’t miss the opportunity to take a deep look at this portal, and, why not, to try the trip! All this it’s not about science but art.