Silence: Lines by Filippo Minelli

  • Silence: Lines, 2010


The series is taken in various locations around Europe between 2009 and 2011.

A line, a tool normally used to write nothing, interacts with the urban/rural surrounding in a drastic way without changing its own nature. In Chinese culture the horizontal line represents the primordial breath, the separation between earth and sky, separation and unity at the same time, a cycle that rules everything on the planet.

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