The artwork is printed on canvas.
The photos were taken with a late 1980s “Yashica” camera model and with an ILFORD film. At first the photos were developed on paper and then scanned at 600 dpi and digitally reworked with spot colors (2 or 3 tones).
The color white is represented in various shades, the structure of a circle creates a passage and becomes the sign necessary to distinguish some abstract elements in the composition.
The “white blindness” is identified as a state of mind, the flatness of taste and the lack of sensitivity that causes the absence of empathy.
Knowing what we feel is the basis of the independence of the soul.