Beloved Space with Massimo Uberti Massimo Uberti creates lighting architecture, poetic spaces where objects take on the likeness of three-dimensional drawings made of light. He created a day by day installation with the Campers, inviting them to cross the threshold of an imaginary house, their own “beloved space,” and to build the walls with the set of objects or feelings whose presence is indispensable in their daily lives. “What would you bring to your imaginary home? What object or emotion always travels with you? ” In responding to this question the Campers shaped their thoughts with simple and clean lines, then made them phosphorescent as bright as stars on a blue sky. Beyond the imaginary limits of the house, we find a landscape whose 360° view was described by a group of boys during an outdoor performance.