The gallery Buonanno Arte Contemporanea of Trent has assigned Tuscan artist Andrea Salvettithe task of ‘inhabiting’ a place, Forte Strino, laden with memories of World War I. Salvetti, who generally pays close attention to the sites of his exhibitions, has come to terms with pieces of history closely linked to the flourishing, rugged natural setting. Salvetti is an artist and designer who lives immersed in nature, with extensive knowledge of the rituals of rural work, to which he pays homage with his Nests and Totems: humble elements that are reminders of the strong impact of hard work, the odors of the forest, but with a poetic approach that links them to characteristics of simplicity and dignity.