The aesthetic choice arises from my daily vision and derives from my relationship with the earthquake of 2009 in the city of L’Aquila. White gives me a respite from suffering. White seems to be a way to exorcise the reality of my hometown. Objects represented are unavoidably and compulsively present in the streets and squares of the yard city and they have a strong symbolic soul. My instinct was to act on the context, reworking it. Speaking about reality. Manually modifying commonly used tools (used to build, found on construction sites) and transforming them into white, which is so familiar to me and makes beautiful the unattractive reality. Placing them on a neutral backdrop under the street lights that every night illuminates things, I decided to give them another life, an alternative reality of essential beauty, “conditio sine qua non” of a resilience process.