On 6 April 2009, the earthquake that struck L'Aquila devastated the hamlet of Onna. Most of the country's buildings collapsed and those still standing suffered serious damage. In the hamlet of Onna there was also the highest number of human victims of the earthquake, 41, about 15% of the population.
Four years after the earthquake that destroyed L’Aquila and its surroundings, Confotografia proposed to test a new method of photographic survey based on the exchange of experiences and knowledge between photographers and inhabitants: more than fifty photographers, between 20th and 26th September 2013, were hosted in a Artist-In-Residence workshop in L’Aquila.
Collective project developed during Confotografia residency in L’Aquila, 2013 and exhibited during Si Fest #23, Savignano sul Rubicone, 2014