2021 / Portfolio
On March 11th, 2020 the Italian government prohibited all movements of people within the national territory. I spent 82 days at home on lockdown.
I live alone and every day was uncertain. After savoring weeks of solitude and contemplation, I felt vulnerable and inconsistent, looking for a new prospective.
I was not sure what next day would hold and what news to brace for next, but my home, the finite space where I was confined, was withholding all what I was.
I chose to navigate this uncharted territory exploring the deepest, truthful side of me, the one that just wants to exist.
Paolo Quadrini is a photojournalist and set photographer, originally from sunny and eternal Rome, Italy.
He is an ICP alumnus and a regular and proud contributor to Shoot4Change, a non-profit organization that focuses on humanitarian reportage.