FRAGMENTS

In May 2020 I began to wander around the parks and cemeteries of Rome, the city where I now live. At first I approached them without any specific direction beyond my feelings of freedom and deep compassion. I was experiencing and observing two apparently very different environments. But after a while I started to sense a connection between them: diverse and distant elements then became fragments forming a celebration of the circle of life

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"Parco degli Acquedotti" public park, Rome, Italy
"Cimitero del Verano" cemetery, Rome, Italy
"Cimitero del Verano" cemetery, Rome, Italy
"Cimitero del Verano" cemetery, Rome, Italy
"Giardino degli Aranci" public park, Rome, Italy
"Giardino degli Aranci" public park, Rome, Italy
"Cimitero del Verano" cemetery, Rome, Italy
Social farm inside the "Parco della Caffarella" public park, Rome, Italy
"Cimitero del Verano" cemetery, Rome, Italy
"Cimitero del Verano" cemetery, Rome, Italy
"Villa Borghese" public park, Rome, Italy
"Parco della Caffarella" public park, Rome, Italy
"Parco degli Acquedotti" public park, Rome, Italy
"Parco dell'EUR" public park, Rome, Italy
"Villa Doria Pamphilj" public park, Rome, Italy
"Parco dell'Appia Antica" public park, Rome, Italy

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