~ Sankara
Burkina Faso
“there is no true social revolution without the liberation of women. May my eyes never see and my feet never take me to a society where half the people are held in silence. I hear the roar of women’s silence. I sense the rumble of their storm and feel the fury of their revolt.”
― Thomas Sankara, Women's Liberation and the African Freedom Struggle

Uma On The Moon
France
Uma On The Moon describes our world spatially, through an imagined planet made by geometric shapes, solid colors and natural elements. Thanks to a series of 35mm photos of natural landscape, we linked ourselves to the world. As far as natural horizon and its interaction with human beings, our world is designed by a kaleidoscopic composition of all these elements plus human beings who live, move and play with it.

Empty Totem
India ° Nepal ° Italy
Love is our religion and Emptiness our belief

Horizon is Power
Iceland
We travel through colors and places, cities and shapes with no goals to achieve but life to live.

Rama G. Gurunu
Pomaia
Inspired by our collective childhood we imagined hidden planets lived by young beauties. We discovered an illegal toxic mine just next to our home e thus we started going there day by day thinking of parellal worlds that exist but we don’t usually notice. The main characters of this unexpected exploration were Wenba mask, Prisma ladies, Blue Samana and Silver Moon. We realised apparel like jackets and jumpers to play on what we see in those altereted landscape. For us it wasn’t just a mine, from being  initially a Moon field, it became rubber trampoline to finally jump on a Vulcano.