Abroad or at home: the landscape, the land that man has shaped by replacing nature's objects with those he created, is today a landscape of the everywhere, since it is almost always the same as itself in style and size, and of the anyone, since it must be usable by as many people as possible. 

In a photographic narrative that travels through these places, those experienced every day from the car window on the journey to work, to home, from one city to another, visions of objects recur, placed by man on the land, sometimes simply to testify to his presence, his passage, his being a colonizer. 

Houses, cars (especially those covered, and therefore even more naked), buildings, road signs, signals, logos, symbols, brands, materials: objects-icons that speak the language of the present, of places where globalization and the loss of geographic identity are erasing the memory of tradition, which no longer exists except in its contaminated echoes, no longer recognizable.

Iconic places are the recent settlements and neighborhoods, the artificial cities, where the dream of encompassing in one place all possible places is confronted with awakening in a livid architectural space that indicates nothing but absence, loss of personality, absence of history, of people, of compassion.

These are iconic places that, in the night - dark by definition and with no possible alternatives - testify to the presence of man in the form of light, too small to brighten the darkness, but proud in its weakness, waiting for a bright new day.