Deserto Rosso (2016) is a series of images that makes reference to the homonymous film by Italian filmmaker Michelangelo Antonioni, who is one of my main aesthetic references.The series portrays a scene that is a metaphor for the media landscape of the 21st century: state of the art technology that, in a few years, become garbage, piled up outdoors. It questions the disposability of digital equipment and its relationship with incomunicability, which is a central theme in Antonioni’ poetic.

The serie is now on display at Turbulent Landscapes, an exhibition curated by Jeff Chabot at Modified Arts (Phoniex, Arizona).