Roma camp in Tirana. About 40 families live without electricity and running water. This place seems to lack oxygen. The roles of humans and animals are confused, reversed. The Roma community tries to stand on its own feet in this world on the edge. Their only option for survival, floating in this sea of confusion, is to hold their breath. This community has to face numerous difficulties in a city that is undergoing rapid modernization. The meaning of nomadism has completely changed: today they have to move from one place to another in search of a place to live.
Pierluigi Giorgi, a freelance professional photographer, deals with social issues, in particular problems such as war conditions, post-war conditions, and marginalized groups. He has always combined his work as a reportage photographer with the search for new expressive possibilities in the language of photography, experimenting with various communicative codes.
Pierluigi Giorgi, a professional photographer, deals with social issues and, in particular, with problems related to post-war conditions and marginalization. Pierluigi Giorgi combines his work as a reportage photographer with the search for new expressive possibilities of photographic language, experimenting with different communication codes and materials.