Places of intended beauty. Hairdressers are places in our daily life, to be seen everywhere. In the evenings and nights they are often illuminated to show the attraction of the location. These are places of intended beauty; it is where we go to get a make-over, to improve our appearance, what we are as seen by others. Under these conditions the interior is a showroom and an important parameter for the identification of the customers with the place. Because of the artificial light and the emptiness of places made to host people, during nighttime the hairdressers have an atmosphere of loneliness and spookiness.
The images of this series ask questions about the understanding of beauty, interpreted differently by different people, as made clear by the differences in interior design, and at the same time seen with different eyes through the absence of inhabitants and the unusual artificial light.

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