Light on Rails (2010) shows a portrait of stations as empty places, devoid of human presence, almost frozen in time, which is only visible in the luminous tracks left by moving convoys. And that very light tells us what isn't there, what can't be seen: the daily passage of human beings. What comes to the fore is a feel for the metropolitan landscape experienced not only in terms of space, but also in terms of time, in which the human presence is perceived only through traces, movements, memories.
Lights on Rails, Polifemo - Fabbrica del Vapore, Milano
Transport, RBcontemporary, Milano