These photos are part of a sequence called GHOSTS, depiction of places where fading memories of past life come into view through the revealing lens of the camera. Those memories are latent in any of those territories made inaccessible by human minds to human beings. They are claimant of a right of existence through quietly imperceptible traces which inevitably become vociferous to whom is ready to listen and with them animate those environments again. Despite their tangible presence, those places of memory have become ghosts, phantoms of a void collective remembrance.
Max Rutolo is a free-lance graphic designer and self-taught photographer who lives in Abruzzo, Italy. His current focus in photography lies on documenting the visual liminality of transitions and transformations.