My work is characterised by two fundamental aspects: on the one hand, it is strongly rooted in Campania, while on the other hand, it is aimed at comparison on an international scale, based on the analysis of the “suburbs” as a condition, rather than as a specific place. The idea is to trace cultural links, to find the connections that do not pass through city or town centres in order to provide an aesthetic representation and propose an evolutionary alternative. The aim is to observe and record the changes at the same time as they are happening, investigating and bringing to light the images, clarifying the dynamics to which territories subject us and attempting to theorise precepts that can be
reapplied. This involves reconstructing an overall image of the “territory” which is frequently new, giving an identity to relations and elevating seemingly random dynamics to actual forms of logic. I am driven by the desire to define a dimension for contemporary life which I find myself experiencing through these suburban areas, to record and study them as chosen areas for cultural changes, precisely because they are marginal and unloved, free from the weight of historicisation, free from the civic sense and conservation.