Elisa Sighicelli preferred to find light in darkness using an ambiguous, indefinite image taken inside a fermentation barrel. The object's lines and colours have been created through use over time, resulting in a shape that is both recognisable and unrecognisable, without any spatial reference points.
Rä di Martino's work takes a view of the Castelgiocondo landscape and turns it into a fantastic place, with unidentified flying objects in the Tuscan sky creating ironic allusions to various "sightings" in Renaissance paintings. The idea is to uncover the unreal dimension of a territory that has been mapped, but not compromised. It creates an image that is detached from the reality of daily events.
Giovanni Ozzola's work is based on the visual and conceptual superimposition of two maps, namely map of the night sky above Castelgiocondo and a map showing how the estate's borders have changed over time.