It is a first-person project, a hybrid between photography and performance that speaks to the body with the body.
The starting point is the transformation that a rare disease carries out on my immanent. In the center the body as a stage, as an intermediary, as a moving horizon. I explore the relationships between the disease and the body, both private and political. The performance is to be found in the very act of photographing, an experience that I realize very slowly and with fatigue, as a part of the process of staging my story. I reproduce reality as if it was a theater show in which the props are my helping tools that become part of my daily life on the way; people, actors who stage concepts, events or moods; water, a fundamental respite, because only in the absence of gravity I can go back to moving without pain; finally my body, bulwark of freedom, protagonist of his own staging.