In the beginning, this project was simply called "com-position", a visual space where "interstitial images" were falling, which I appreciated for its compositional value. And nothing more.
As I increased this peculiar visual set, I began to realize that there was a common link in all of this. Something intimate, singular, intertwined, that evolved internally as if it were an initiatory journey.
The project became a visual metaphor about the passage of time, my time and my life in exile; far from the land where I was born. Interstitial scenes that connect me with forgotten sensations, with memories of a childhood so often lost.
And thus Four Movements was born:
In Harmony, the need for balance. In Arpeggio, lines and shapes in transformation. In Counterpoint, induced by contrast. In Fuga, in a perishable walk.