Passi leggeri is focused on a simple action of our daily life, that is walking. The camera was tied to my waist all day, and I filmed the interior of my house. It deals again with the marginal. I wanted to present and put in the centre those things that we never see because they are a part of our mind and our life, and which are outside the field of vision, or outside our attention, that we usually see out of the corner of our eye. I shot thresholds, door-jams, corners… And what emerges is the representation of a territory which is recognizable, but at the same time abstract, precarious and unstable. It is explored in a random, repetitive way, with no narrative purpose. At times, the images are almost abstract. In the video the sound of steps is very noticeable, as if, paradoxically, they were heavy steps. There was a domestic level, that perhaps brought me back excessively to my day-to-day life. The title is a phrase from Samuel Bechett’s Footfalls, taht talks about “light steps”.