Over an old story

The Venetian walls of Iraklio, Greece are a great construction of its era that surrounds the whole then city. They began to be built in 1462 for about 100 years.
Today the city has expanded far beyond them. The walls simply surround the center, embedded in the urban fabric of the city. After centuries and through a multitude of interventions, they are not a detached monument, but a functional part of the city so common that it does not observe it many times.
This photographic work is to reunite with this very familiar area of the city. A re-approchement through a new experience. Like a relationship trying to restart.