Mediterranea | by Photographer Giulia de Marchi

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Italian-based photographer Giulia de Marchi SPENT a week traversing the southern region of sicily between Palermo and Agrigento; RESULTING IN A SERIES she TITLED 'Mediterranea.'

““Ongoing”: continuing to exist or develop. It’s a word that defines something unfinished, in progress.

It’s in this direction that I interpret Mediterranea, the photographic collection regarding a journey to Sicily that left me, once it was over, the desire to go back. During that week, some summers ago, I explored the western part of the region, from Palermo to Agrigento, trying to seize its flavors and its history. I discovered some places that I may never be able to set and understand, that are beyond the instant beauty that sometimes seems meaningful and sometimes fierce and unintelligible.

What I was left with was a feeling that I’ve never experienced nor acquainted before. A feeling that over time, nevertheless, remained a bit extraneous, distant but still capable of absorbing the memories and vibes of those places.”

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“…distant but still capable of absorbing the memories and vibes of those places.”

 
 
 
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Words and images ©  GIULIA DE MARCHI

Words and images © GIULIA DE MARCHI