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Motorway trips have always fascinated me; gas stations in particular. Born to be places of rest, supply and consumption, life inside rest stops beats to a rhythm that announces the beginning and the end of the holidays. Every year, from July to September, people from all walks of life gather inside the equipped service areas renewing that nostalgic promise of happiness. Regardless of whether it is a short or long break, travelers almost never interact with each other. Nevertheless, the sacred right of a comfortable rest oversteps any social inhibition.

Transit Lounge is a photographic series that I started in the summer of 2015. Moved by childhood memories and passion for road trips, I travelled along Italian highways in order to document the crowded and colorful habitat of service stations.

Born 1982, Torino, Italy.
Lives and works in Torino.