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This project stems from pure anthropological curiosity towards those who live by the sea in their daily lives and how they have been characterized in relation to it. "Salmastro" tells of those city beach locations that are always bustling in the summer and become somewhat like a second home, while in winter they are frequented by the daring, who do not give up the dive even in icy waters, just to connect with the element that is the body and soul of the city. It also speaks of free and wild cliffs where one lives close to the water's edge and without beach chairs, where the sun burns and the salt sticks to you. People who have always spent a lot of time near the sea develop with it a primordial and visceral connection that transforms into a use of time for the sole purpose of being.

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