Genesis means "origin" and in Hebrew it corresponds to Bereshit that is "in the beginning".
In the beginning, darkness covered the abyss, nothingness, and God said "let there be light" and there was light. God called the light day, as he called the darkness night.
Julia Bornefeld and Marco Gradi, separating the light from the darkness, they shaped their visions and disturbances and recreated new and stimulating images. They went further: Marco, showing us the damage to the environment resulting from contradictory progress, leads us to reflect on respect and love for nature; Julia, bringing to light the ambivalence of human relationships, invites us to appreciate people's sensitivities, in the variety of cultures.
Sandro Orlandi Stagl