This work refers to the book ‘Invisible Cities’ by Italo Calvino. This is a habitable book, full of itineraries through invented cities whose descriptions are conceived by imagination or dreams.
In this project, however, fragments of a real city are shown. Since city is the place of the human, fear and desire, need and disappointment are hidden behind those fragments. Time, conjugated as an indefinite past or an unlikely future, has turned them into signs of something invisible to our eyes whose interpretation appeals more to memory or imagination than to reality.