Love breaks through all barriers
DESCRIPTIONPanormos, from the ancient Greek Pan Hormos (“All Port”) is the ancient name of Palermo. True to its name, Palermo and Sicily were conquered by Greeks, Romans, Vandals, Arabs, Normans, Spaniards and more. Today the remnants of diverse cultures are still present, creating a crossroad of people and cultures. Scorched by the sun, Palermo is a gateway between East, West, North and South, but even though it’s a complicated city, ravaged by the mafia and full of problems, Palermo is also the city where love breaks through all barriers.
AUTHORSimone Della Fornace is a localization engineer born in Italy and based in Ireland. He works for one of those big IT companies.
He use photography as an introspective medium to communicate emotions, feelings and moods. They are a look at someone's world, a journey into their space and their life that reveals the value of the everyday hidden life.
He is obsessed with lines, shapes and patterns. His compositions are geometrical, inviting the viewer to move into frames within frames. For him, it’s a way of being cognizant of the space that surround us, and the way it affect our perception of the environment, people, places, and the processes which unite and divide us.