A series of night landscapes in places where a fatal car accident happened. Sites of memory photographed in a timeless story; an exploration that begins hypothetically in any night and ends at dawn of the following morning. Landscapes that make visible, in their silence, the sacralization of a place that continually appoint a bereavement.
Successively, every 3-4 months, I returned to photograph the flowers in a much closer point of view as if they were portraits of pure memory: making body of the absence.
I was interested, about these (non) places, to show the changes, the stratifications realized by time, and above all, and think to them as index-signs with their functions: a warning, an assertion of a mourning to the community, a necessary device that coul give space for the possibility to establish a symbolic distance.