bridges and channels


The project ‘bridges and channels (It’s nothing personal)’
is a research about Austrian engineer Luigi Negrelli who lived from 1799 to 1858.
He worked for the uprising railway industry, building roads, tracks and bridges. His main work remains the planning of the Suez channel in Egypt, which has been finished in 1869 by Ferdinand de Lesseps.

The cultural implications of this construction are vast and cover many aspects of personal interest, as
political conflict and
adventurous history.