Like a traveler, Massimo Siragusa has traveled through Italian and European cities. He photographs the territory, in its broadest sense, in what it reveals of the man who walks it, lives it, modifies it, gives it to see or on the contrary hides it. Natural or urban landscapes, exteriors or interiors, heritage, contemporary or ordinary architecture, places of life, leisure or passage: he documents public spaces as well as private or even intimate spaces with the same frontal device. Like a theater set, the plans accumulate, the traces are juxtaposed, the lines are drawn, the colors are tinged with a slight unreality. Behind a fixed frame and an apparent immobility, his photography points out the differences and enhances the similarities, sometimes to the point of vertigo and loss of reference.
For the Cargo festival, Massimo Siragusa has drawn up his inventory of architecture through the public and private buildings of Saint-Nazaire, focusing in particular on the architecture of the post-war reconstruction.