Nulla dies sine linea, Pliny the Elder wrote about Apelles of Kos and his perseverance in training his artistic skills.
Every day, for 24 days, I have drawn little lines on white papers. The project underlines the thin border between perseverance and obsession, two dimensions so close to be easily confused. Analyzing and repeating an action apparently obsessive-compulsive, I’ve got to rediscover the value of time that, constantly, we tend to set aside.
An action apparently mechanical changes characteristics, opposing itself to the daily frenzy in which humans are not able to devote time to reflect about the real meaning of silence and introspection.