Italian photographer Luca Sironi has visited 19 courtrooms in his home county, documenting them when they are empty of people. With a tendency towards capturing a symmetrical shot in the series titled Fragments of Justice, the photographer captures what he calls ”fragments of feelings” or what happens when a busy courtroom filled with judges, lawyers, defendants, policeman, and clerks all vacate the building at the end of the day.
“The deserted courtrooms do not seem to forget the speeches and debates,” he says. “Real emotional earthquakes occur in these spaces, transformed every day into a stage on which a routine of tragedies and controversies is held.” Sironi’s work as a photographer is focused on the connection between places and memory.
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