Basically, I've been in solitary confinement for more than a month because of covid19.
I found myself wanting to take photography without power (also for ethical and moral reasons) to leave the house.
I preferred not to end up in the easy rhetoric of reportage on suffering or stories (always explored and peremptorily in a dramatic key) of those who live in isolation: powerless, like everyone else, in front of the everyday scene I limited myself to catching it without trying to intervene for edit it. Powerless, I followed the light, even inside the house: and this already seems to me a good message. I follow the light, inside the house.
"I follow the light, inside" is the compendium of a search for oneself through isolation and the discovery of the details of an everyday life.