My last project is a Pirandellian, enthusiastic search of the self. My assumption is that men are tópoi, and hold multitudes- to quote Whitman. They cannot know all these multitudes at the same time. When they discover new aspects of their personalities is because we have achieved a new perspective. But at the same time, we lose the perspective previously achieved and its memory becomes a visible trace on our face. ‘Cosí é se vi pare’ – that’s how it is, if you wish- would have said Pirandello. We can only explore new places and know new things leaving behind the self we were before. I want to investigate these traces that mark the human face like summits and valleys in a land. Maybe, in the future, our image will be good sites where to come back as if it were a known land.