Street Photographer and Visual Artist Federico Righi is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay. From the project ‘Covid 19 — The Social Distancing’. To see Federico ’s body of work, click on any image.
Covid 19 — The Social Distancing is a project carried out during 60 days of total social distancing, in which my family and I confronted and clashed with all the psychological and moral consequences of the issue.
It was a hard job with everyone nervous; was difficult to keep calm and reason with each other. We redesigned our lives, from working to going to school and then smartworking for work and school, while all the food supplies and anything else necessary was purchased online.
Keeping the general rules and the precautions for maintaining distance from everything and everyone, to avoid contagion, was a tough test. The virus was and is present in every moment of our lives, although luckily, we have never met it. But it was there, ready to strike us, hovering in the air, like a ghost. We felt its presence, overwhelmingly; but we didn’t see it.
Naples, Italy, 2020
All images and text © Federico Righi
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