Gian Paul Lozza’s series Somnium is an attempt at a typology. The pictures are mute, silent and frozen in the subdued nocturnal low-light. There are no living creatures to be seen, nor the slightest sign of any active movement. Despite this, there are traces of civilization, giving rise to a the question of who left them behind. Lozza’s images are all captured at night, in order to focus on the structural visual objects, and creating a painterly haziness.