Each of these woods has been part of a tree.
It has grown, has been cut and seasoned, passed from hand to hand, bought and resold, treated and used for a specific purpose.
Once its usefulness was over, it was then dismantled becoming waste. From this condition it has been recovered, cleaned, reassembled and placed side by side with other pieces of wood, similar in appearance, but with different stories: other uses, other coats, other cuts, other woods.
For one evening their stories come together and cross, creating a new structure and a new use.
Looking from the distance you can perceive a temporary set up, but by approaching and observing every single piece you can see the history of the hands that have selected, cut, planed, worked, assembled and used it.
With: Alessandra Bruzzone, Riccardo Rossi