Studies on the Density of White is an ongoing photographic project started in 2010. So far it comprises more than a hundred images taken in several European and U.S. cities.
The representation of architectural details is pushed towards an abstract composition of geometrical color sections, defined by different densities of white and grey shades. Corners, walls, cavities and so on lose their usual appearance to become abstract shapes. The photographic act therefore indeed switches architecture into a different two dimensional identity, pushing photography towards the realm of graphic design.
In this project an instinctive minimalist approach couples with a fond interest in modernist architecture. Both these fascinations act as filters and let the photographs become like drawings, where light textures isolate from their architectural context to design unexpected patterns.