Installation: cartography (collage of 14 sheets of photo contact paper, 24 x 25 cm), book (115 pages A4, ink-jet print), paper rolls (graphite on paper, 1 x 50 m). FAIR, Florence 2014. These works were made for the exhibition, “Right Before I Was,” curated by Lucia Giardino. The suite is formed by three pieces: a cartography of Florence consisting of 14 sheets of photo contact paper documenting a military flight in 1972, a book of 115 pages, each page representing an enlargement of one plaza from the Florence 1972 cartography, and two paper rolls depicting a portion of the ground from all 115 plazas inside the boulevards around Florence. I explored the portion of Florence surrounded by the boulevards, which became the limit for the amount of the plazas inside the border. These drawings were made with the frottage technique. The frottages are a sort of useless architectural survey, two-dimensional trace – a ground zero where everything seems to be re-built and re-planned. The entire work is a reflection on the evolution public space, a dialogue between the plazas of the 1970s and the plazas of today.