Working mainly in the urban context of the city, its aim is to document the architecture heritage comparing it to the past and using different tools – as collages, installations, photographs, engravings, drawings etc - with a provocative and reflexive approach.
Mainly underrated now, the postcard has represented a powerful way to describe and spread the image of cities for many years, documenting the historical urban changes roughly from the ‘20s to ‘80s. Opting for speed and mainstream “instagrammable” places, today’s travellers have almost lost the ability and the time to deeply understand the identity of the places they visit.
Unsent Postcard presents alternative narratives of spaces and invites visitors (and citizens) to leave the touristic beaten tracks and recuperate the experience of selecting the most appropriate image and condensing their impressions in a few sentences on paper.
At the same time, the project is also an attempt to draw attention to unforgotten masterpieces and sometimes, in state of decay.