Archivio zero features a selection of 35mm photos taken during three years in Milan. The book is characterized by a labyrinthine and unconventional structure. A path, in which the reader can navigate in search for a personal narrative. The poignant granular photographs and the labyrinthine structure of the mazebook, contribute to evoke a violent but extremely human poetic. The photographer walks the streets as a flaneur, as a psychogeographer as well as a voyeur, collecting moments and seeking contact with the unknown, looking for multiplicity in the everyday and re-emerging with unexpected traces and paths. The viewer is thus complicit but also whitness of the artist's quest for exchange.