Fotografia’s family album widens. Its 9th edition enriches the pentagram of a composition that has now become quite familiar thanks to its repeated variations. Marina Caneve’s The Shape of Water Vanishes in Water aims at this sandy and grassy spit of land, almost guarded by the Adriatic sea and the Venice lagoon. She unravels the changeability of this middle ground: the landscape of Cavallino Treporti, yet just as much the description of the stage of adolescence. In The Shape of Water Vanishes in Water we see faces of youth living in Cavallino Treporti, as well as those of youth on vacation for the summer. Sandy coastlines and beached jelly sh, piers, shiny greenhouses bordered by canals, hedges, trees and palm trees well planted in the gardens or in big pots outside the churches. The views from above have been achieved from the extraordinary observation posts on top of the telemetric towers. These lookout towers assess the territory with detachment, monitor its conditions and The Shape of Water Vanishes in Water, as a whole, swallowed by the sum of its own parts.