The author explores the generational divide of the new city and, through this, the lost memories of the old Gibellina. With the weight of history on their shoulders, it is now the job of the new generation to carry the history of a home they have never known. For this book, the fragmentation of memory is evident in the archive images that Iannello projects onto the walls of the Grande Cretto. Here and in these photographs, the lives of the past merge with the arid stone textures of the present. In these images Iannello represents the streets, daily life and faces of Gibellina before the earthquake. A nostalgic image is born of an idealized town which, in the author's photographs, is crumbling together with the walls of the Cretto di Burri.