Pavilion Zero at Expo 2015 in Milan is the structure that welcomes visitors and tells us the agricultural and food history of humanity. The Pavilion commissioned by the UN, designed by architect Michele De Lucchi and curated by Davide Rampello, housed the Landscapes Hall in the final part of the route.

On the walls of the colossal-sized hall was a 100-line meter projection whose storytelling told of positive examples of farming communities and food industries .

Supported by Ferrero, we shot this production in many countries around the world: Italy, Spain, Greece, Turkey, Morocco, Ghana, Burkina Faso, Cuba, Brazil and Chile. We followed the cultivation of hazelnuts, capers, dates, olives and vines.

The special feature of this production is that it was shot with proprietary camera technology capable of producing 35,000-pixel images.