1991, Scandiano (RE)
“The photographs refer to other photographs that have already been seen, and thus become fluctuating images, like those stored in our own memories […] Hence the places and objects I photographed are real ‘memory zones’, i.e. places that demonstrate more than others that reality has been turned into one big story.”
Luigi Ghirri, Still-Life: Topography-Iconography, 1982
Wandering in the spatial dimension of the places and digress in the temporal dimension of the memory. Pictures that resurface unconsciously after years of oblivion, come back to the present mixing with the last visual memories, like many fragments that compose a heterogeneous map of my everyday life.