Home

Home is a project consisting of a series of prints placed into the context of the deepest recesses of space, like portholes of a ship or telescope lenses which cast light onto another universe – my personal, domestic universe. They are planets, nebulas, constellations meticulously codified by everyday coordinates. I used old rolls of film, taking fragments of images selected accordingly, for example the end of the rolls or the first images - the ones taken in order to reel the film into the right position. But they are also images of an LED lamp I have at home; they are all images which are placed to overlap the locations which I then marked on a map, each one with an initial. After about three months, I scanned this material onto a digital file which I then post-produced by tracing the lines of my constellations. The tangible result is a connection of points in a luminous and pulsating firmament, all of it personal, which I have chosen to unveil in front of everyone’s eyes.

A concentrated cosmos, a microcosm reflected in the macro in which we stand, home to everyone.

Not just skies, but moonscapes, terrestrial panoramas accompany this universe. They are deserts, mountains, rocky expanses made with graph paper or scrunched-up nylon envelopes, photographed in digital and once again post-produced by overlapping various dusty images, also used as the constellations; they are views, landscapes of, once again, homemade planetary surfaces.

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HA-433/pav-b
This is planet REM
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HA-433/pav-b
The surface of Oxide/1762 '9845 with infrared filter at the latitude
1287'' '9848 0,987490
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HA-433/pav-b
This is planet REM in the phase of orbital revolution, to the left the moon
Oxide/1762 '9845
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HA-399/k-fr
The atmosphere blocks X-rays, gamma rays, and ultraviolet rays. On the right the atmosphere as seen from point frige.123, on the left the same view with the J.Cage filter
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HA-001/k-gF
Map of the starry sky observed on day 15 of March at midnight, Portions of the sky
are visible beyond the west limit.
The atmospheric gasses of Nagi-9843 are visible in the lower position.
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HA-312/dm
Map of the starry sky observed on day 15 of June at midnight, Portions of the sky over the Northeast limit are visible. Below the development of a dual atmosphere during the bombardment of cosmic rays derived from a gamma-ray burst perhaps caused by the
collision of two black holes.
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HA-756/lb
Composite image at different wavelengths of Supernova Bath-R003 in waning phase.
In some cases, the planets are stabilized on regular orbits around the remains of the supernova, in particular it shows the spiral orbit of the planet Nagi 2-987
HA-767/l-c HA-554/st-pc HA-002/pqs
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HA-123/pav
Region of space-time 123/pav with gravitational field training phase of the black hole HA-333, in evidence is the gravitational collapse and disruption of relative density of
the celestial body
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HA-412/k-gas
Integral Field Spectroscope observations in the region of the nebula of codfish
9.
HA-013/pqs
Sunspots in the southern region of the star ZOSMA
10.
HA-465/l-d
HA-767/l-c, HA765/lb, HA001/k-gf

The nebulae are formed by the gravitational collapse of gas in the interstellar field. While the material collapses under its own weight, massive stars can form at the center
which ionize the surrounding gas with their ultraviolet radiation, creating the plasma
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HA-555/sc-s
Nebula Gas430Eu and constellations of the northern hemisphere in the temporal region of the parallel universe Xoc-939
12.
The peak of Orizaba, also called Citlaltépetl (upstream of the Star) on the planet
Ganzo(198),in an image of the probe boars. In particular, the leakage of gaseous material during the eruptive phase the month of May
13.
HA-002/pqs
The violent plasma storms, that are unleashed with great frequency in the alpha quadrant on the planet Home3
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HA-757/k-gb
Constellations and gravitational rings in the limited space denominated "Dark area Mind7"
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HA-759/bb
Folds of space-time at the edge of the universe Home
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Home observations layout