The protagonist of the works of Francesco Ciavaglioli (1983) is an idea of nature mediated by reproduction systems that use images as the basis of a process of reproduction and repetition.

The interest in the technical reproducibility of images crystallizes in the image of the garden, in a landscape suspended halfway between organism and abstraction, between nature and man.

The technical or scientific image becomes landscape in some ways flat, immaterial or metaphysical.

The man's garden is a construction made up of concepts; ideas cataloged and arranged in different orders but which reveal the touching attempt to find a safe place in the world.