In 2014, I had a solo exhibition called Fuliggine at the Archaeological Museum of Salerno, curated by Antonello Tolve and Stefania Zuliani for Fondazione Menna as part of the Tempo Imperfetto programme. It featured two animations and a few drawings from the videos. The first animation, “Il custode dei contorni,” focused on museum objects and the guard, merging the time of archaeological finds with the slow flow of the guard’s time. The second animation, “Fuliggine,” depicted graphite dots colliding, forming and dissolving clusters.