Looking at the road as a stage, I travelled around Sardinia capturing with my camera the shapes of the landscape, the daily life of urban and rural areas, and the contrasting relationship between man and his land.
Consistent with the soul of the project, it is a photograph with soft, calm tones, which does not want to make noise, but which wants to make itself heard.
With a democratic eye, I have superimposed photography on the gaze, trying to give the viewer the opportunity to dialogue with the images and pause to understand a land that is not immediately grasped.
Photographs taken on the move, on board a car, a motorbike and a ferry. Inspired by Eric Whelpton's 1963 book Horizon guide to Sardinia and the on-the-road photographic works of American photographer Joel Meyerowitz.
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