Sense the Place: socio-semio release

text by Camilla Barone

The work put together by Sense The Place demonstrates a paradoxical perception of cities. Seen as a whole, the images depict the traces of our daily trails and routines, engraved in a city which nonetheless seems not to belong to us – seems, that is. Actually, if observed individually, one image at the time, every detail of those traces acts as a mirror which places us right there, in the midst of a Milan that we did not think we were part of. Rust on yellow metal, heels and moped prop-stands sunken into the tarmac, a myriad of ways of being disconnected from a Milanese pavement…

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