Everyday Remains is a project born during the Coronavirus lockdown. A period in which I found myself reflecting on time.
It often happens that a friend reminds me of an episode from the past or to find an object buried in a drawer. This always leads me to stop and reflect, in disbelief, on the multitude of things done over the years, people frequented, places visited, meals eaten. I have forgotten many of these things. I don’t remember them. Yet there are. Everyday Remains is a work on the passage of time and its folds that continue to hide a thousand invisible things.
In the history of humanity the notables are all those individuals considered to be superior and placed above the others: noblemen, chieftains, priests, landowners, captains of industry, politicians, TV personalities
and footballers are just some of the examples that have emerged during the course of history. Human beings who by election, birthright, abilities, inherited or acquired property are automatically
considered superior to others. They immediately begin to regard themselves as such.
In Notables, they want to show us that they are and feel superior looking down on us, with a proud look at their condition. However since the notables are men like all others, born equal to the others, they
themselves are “betrayed” by their body reactions, by being simply men, men like everyone else. We are all men and humans. Massimiliano Caria
I think the attempt to portray reality through the photographic medium is illusory.
Every reality reproduced is, inevitably, the inner one of the author.
I use photography as a means of self-inquiry and cure.
In it, I try to follow a path of awareness and liberation from social, cultural and family conditioning.
It’s a job that will last a lifetime, like this project.
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