Native Alaska, the third volume of Arctic Visions. 9 double-sided cards for a total of 18 photos telling the strong parallelism between nature and man. I have been hosted by Inupiaq, the Inuits have been living in this territory since forever, and, I could see with my eyes the new and difficult challenges present to them today as never before in history, is deeply threatened. In the foreground, at their side, the great predators of art, the polar bears, majestic mammals that have evolved to thrive in the most ferocious climate on earth, today struggling to survive. A native of Alaska talks about this, making parallels, creating connections between these two worlds. Parallel stories inextricably linked.
Prehistoric Norway, the second volume of Arctic Visions. A voyage through time. From the golden lights of the morning that show the desolate face of an ancient and inhospitable land, until the rising of the moon, and then again, in the heart of the night where the strenght of the northern lights,in their immense vastness, make the human presents redundant. I stay there, I feel the breath of the Earth.
White Finland, the first volume of Arctic Visions. Finland was only waiting to be discovered and I have the require to know even it’s more distant corners. In front of my eyes only a huge white paper. I discovered the white of the soft snow, the white of the freezing storm, the white of the cloud cover, the white of the freezing path and the white of the boundless taiga. How many whites there are still in the Arctic.