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Untitled (collective behaviours), Milan, 2017

lambda print, 20×30 cm

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Untitled (collective behaviours), Milan, 2017

gelatin silver print, 20×30 cm

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Untitled (collective behaviours), Milan, 2017

lambda print, 20×30 cm

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Untitled (collective behaviours), Milan, 2017

gelatin silver print, 20×30 cm

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Untitled (collective behaviours), Shanghai, 2017

lambda print, 20×30 cm

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Untitled (collective behaviours), Miyajima, 2017

lambda print, 20×30 cm

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Untitled (collective behaviours), Milan, 2017

lambda print, 20×30 cm

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Untitled (collective behaviours), Milan, 2017

gelatin silver print, 20×30 cm

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Untitled (collective behaviours), Milan, 2017

lambda print, 20×30 cm

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Untitled (collective behaviours), Milan, 2017

gelatin silver print, 20×30 cm

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Untitled (collective behaviours), Savona, 2017

lambda print, 20×30 cm

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Untitled (collective behaviours), Shanghai, 2017

lambda print, 20×30 cm

 

Untitled (collective behaviors) consists in a series of photographs documenting collective situations and cases of aggregation. Each image of this “work in progress” portrays circumstances in which people seem to be part of a choreography dictated by different needs. This work investigates the shaping of individual and collective behavior in relation to space, architecture, to the culture and in relation to the contemporary needs and habits. This work is inspired by various organization phenomenons and by the rules on which the biological literature bases some mathematical models of collective configurations. This series is part of a research that, through the images and through the deepening of other disciplines such as sociology, anthropology and management, investigates habits, changes and, in some cases, the algorithms which constitute or describe our contemporaneity.