Wake UP

When I started to shoot for this project I didn't have a precise idea on my mind, I just had some fragments of images I felt like I had to recompose once and for all.
I think that the absence of a project is partially due to the fact that I started to shoot before attending a school of photography. I'm used to follow my instinct, moved by something I feel the need to capture and make somehow concrete, tangible.
Wake Up isn't meant to be the representation of a dream nor of a fictional world. It is more a screenshot of a feeling, or better, more feelings that I went through while shooting those photographs. Just one more thing, all the places and the objects I used to shoot are somehow connected to my real life, and have a particular meaning to me, but everybody should feel free to interpret this project in a personal way.
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