A mineral exploration geologist travels over a planet with a milky atmosphere towards his destination: a distant light, which would seem to be the only point of reference. A fragmented voice describes the sensations of a living being when moving around without any perceptual references. An adult vision of the landscape, placing in doubt the usefulness of the efforts that man makes when dealing with nature. A picture of an enormous and indifferent world, where the sun reflects on the rock and everything can be swallowed up in an instant.
Mattuzzi, born in Rovereto in 1979, is an artist who uses photography and film as a tool to study and represent the contemporary social situation, paying particular attention to sub-cultures and the contexts in which they originate. In 2013 he received support from Trentino Film Commission to make the documentary film “Dodiciruote”. Together with Armin Linke as co-director, in 2008 he presented the film "Future Archaeology" at the 67th Venice Film Festival.