There was a time when men imagined the Earth as the center of the universe. The stars, large and small, they believed were created merely for their delectation. It was their vain conception that a supreme being, weary of solitude, had manufactured a giant toy and put them into possession of it. When, however, the human mind was illumined by the torch-light of science, it came to understand that the Earth was but one of a myriad of stars floating in infinite space, a mere speck of dust.

Emma Goldman

Collection of portraits of Italian anarchists realized through a study of Italian toponymy.

Series of 21 prints on matt paper with red wooden frames, 31.6x23cm each BACK TO SELECTED