Stanze, racconto per camera preparata (Rooms, a tale for prepared room). During the reading of a text which predominantly deals with inner life's events, a static image of a familiar environment is formed in the mind of the audience. This mentally made picture slowly creates a setting which contains, in a defined space, the image of something that is not recognizable. Just like in a painting, the landscape inside the frame is well distinguishable, while the subject in the center is out of focus. The setting is disfigured by a glaze of nothing, a missing crust, a crack indifferent to sense. As time flows, the perceived mental images sediment more slowly than the development of the narrated events. The stream is generated by a sequence of cleverly encoded letters. Besides the detailed description of characters and places, there's still room for a missing piece that the mind tries desperately to complete with its memories.