The photos you see as the final result are only part of the longer creative process behind the project. Back in May, I was having a hard time handling London's busy lifestyle, and I often found myself strongly detached from the feelings that I used to have, during my simple life back in my beloved Sardinia (Italy). I also noticed that feelings here in the busy city tend to be "stereotyped," and virtual online communities, as well as mobile phones and other new technologies are an easy way out of social relationships based on a simple "eye to eye" interaction. Therefore, these vials represent the lacking feelings that we should be able to unlock in order to have satisfactory social interactions. My mum is a nurse, so my home was always filled up with medicine books and some sort of medical equipment; having had this type of background, I think the idea came naturally. I gathered sterile vials, food colorants, a syringe (which my mum keenly provided!), a high dose of patience in creating the labels with photoshop; set up a simple still life studio in my living room, after some test shots (which took a lot of time) and after some final retouching the series was done.