"... Ismael gave me [a] memory of his and I decided to start from there. I tried to translate the concept of the shape of his everyday movements, while he’s at home, sleeps, before getting up, walking, waiting for the bus. This creative process was born while I was shooting and it totally kidnapped me. It brought me in Ismael’s heart to then crash with the visual plasticity that I had in mind, creating these delicate pictures, innocent but overload with materiality, substance and human existence. ..."
See Gabriele's Rosati's full series here.