Photography must ask questions, not offer answers.

Photography must make us loose our references: in front of it we must be displaced, rather than having confirmation of what we already know or expect to see.

I find it essential to continue representing the landscape to feed reflections, involving in the debate even those who are not interested in visual arts, who are not used to looking at it with the right slowness or simply no longer see it.

It is essential that artists propose relational practices between their work and the public – in particular, but not only – the inhabitants of the places concerned.