In this site-specific installation, we see two Corinthian columns presented in the central space of the room, hanging in the void. The choice of Corinthian capitals is given by their forms that are very close to my origin; instead, the contrast of white and blue recall Chinese porcelain, a simbol of fragility and beauty. In this case, the two suspended columns take on the new identities.

The Text shown is a quote from the novel "The Fortress of Solitude" written by Jonathan Lethem, or a novel agains racism. The smartphone finally translates this sentece in 102 languages of the world: 

"Like a match struck in a darkened room: Two white girls in flannel nightgowns and red vinyl roller skates with white laces ..."

The couple, or rather, the two in both Eastern and Western cultures, is always considered an imperfect number, a source of division and discord. In reality, the two entities are nothing more than the two extremes of reality, both unreachable, it is no coincidence that the initiate who enters the temple remains "between the Columns", that is equidistant from both, and therefore in continuous and perfect balance between the two extremes, "in medio stat virtus". In a condition that I define Middle earth, that is to find oneself in a particular position concerning two definitions, precisely in the middle, far from both ends. This definition is fitting about the uncertain and at times, ironic condition of the homeless", however, this statement is the proper position of my existence and identity. Living in the middle earth is not only a third geographical world but also a radical change in the way of life: always moving between different countries and cultures, whether it is physical displacements or spiritual turbulence, the created identity is destined to be multiple, complex and mixed, both personal and public. New contents and substances are born continuously, capable of changing and influencing elements of the social reality in which one finds oneself.

In short, this embodies the idea of ​​so-called "globalization" or "homogenization", as opposed to the phenomenon of diversification as the premise of "globalization." The middle ground goes beyond the old national-state order, beyond the separation between East and West is an overlap between global and local, which can be described as the "global" space: between the self and the other, the dominant and the submissive, the centre and the margin, thus redefined and ultimately overcome.