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Mauro Moriconi's "Tondo's" series revolves around the crucial concept of image and its representability ... The experimentation goes further, modifying the support before the shot, which in fact does not happen. From the glossy surfaces, almost reflective, dreamlike landscapes emerge that are not anthropized, agglomerations of colors that refer to imaginative geographies of Ghirriana memory and to extraordinary inner worlds. The vision of these views undermines the perception, both of the human eye and of the camera, confuses the sense of reality and illusion, stimulating in the observer surreal pareidolias that lead him to recognize in the morphism something attributable to the plane of the real.
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