Giorgio Porcheddu the “Ipographer”. After years of photography in various industries, from studying and preserving historical archives to commercial photography, he left the camera. The need to photograph is under discussion. As he puts it himself.
“Someone has already said that. And it’s time to realise it.
You have to get your hands on it and understand.
Senoscopy is a great exercise.
After so many projects and endless experiments it is necessary to take a step forward to bring the photographic specification back into the act, not into the product. And especially in the performative sharing of creation”
So, he built his first minutera and started going down the street with people who want to play to leave traces of their faces on a paper. Share a moment of life, of craftsmanship, of expression. It’s more than enough.