Between air and asphalt
2013 - present
This series is born as a dialogue between the city and nature, the hostility of the urban nucleus and the life that dies (or is killed) on the road. The cobblestones, covered with feathers and organic remains, symbolize the fateful colonization of man in front of the earth.
Between air and asphalt are the pigeons, that bird reviled by urbanites and relegated without hesitation to death by poison, public policies and spikes placed in strategic places. A symbol of how, in our quest to organize existence and move away from what is innate, we have turned metropolises into traps where not even the most resilient vermin are able to survive.
The animal versus the human.