A dwelling permanently inhabited by my grandmother, a young cousin and my aunt, before she passed away, and lived by a steady stream of people, of which I ignore the names in most of the encounters.
A house that shows it self as contemporary archaeological ruins, in bluish tones, that finds its bond with act of photography that is documenting it, in the testimony of life.
"Family Portraits" is a work on personal memory, a search of a past that becomes evocation of other people's lives.