It is not easy to tell about your own intimacy. With "Untouch" I tried to tell a part of myself through images and short texts, revealing my emotional dependence on others and my inability to establish relationships, both physically and spiritually. These conditions exploded with an unhealthy emotional bond, based on mental subordination bordering on abuse, but which had its roots in childhood, with a spasmodic demand for attention and approval. This is therefore my most intimate work, an imaginary place in which I have tried to enclose all my asphyxiations, strongly expressing my eagerness to re-emerge from the quagmire of manipulation, aware that my search for attention should no longer be delivered into the hands of an executioner ready to make me feel like a victim at all costs. In order to find myself again, as an individual and as a male, I transferred my frustrations into precise scenes from some pulp films of the 80s, photographing them with an analogue camera and manipulating them to bring them closer to my suggestions. A total interior immersion that could only be achieved in the dark, now in front of a screen, now in the darkroom, which allowed me to find that quiet so useful to recall my most painful memories, to imprint them on photographic film and to accompany them with textual reflections.