Views of static architectures seem to abstract their presence into reality. No more urban spaces but places of thought, as they had been probably imagined by their planners.
This is the work by Lapo Baraldi who, making the most of the temporary empyting of his city, captures a silent and unveiled Florence; a series of out of time photos. The viewer, as a witness can plunge into them and get lost.
The old method used (black and white medium format film) gets the series out of time recalling to our mind the pictures of some historical archives which on the contrary are not able to communicate the same alienating feeling of an inner void. An unpublished short story by Elena Ronchi leads us into this journey.