"If you walk along hanging your head, your nails dug into the palms of your hands, your gaze will be held on the ground, in the gutters, the manhole covers [...]
For everyone, sooner or later, the day comes when we bring our gaze down along the drainpipes and we can no longer detach it from the cobblestones..."
Italo Calvino. Invisible Cities
The city has turned into an artistic and cultural undeniable model. The urban thing has imbued the visual culture in all its means, particularly the photography, and it works today as an aesthetic reference of representation of the society of our days. This work is a proposal to reflect, in the other way around, on the artistic intervention capacity of photography in the city. Far away from the artistic interventions that propose a physical more or less spectacular intervention, the purpose of this work is to be a perception-changing factor of the spectator-citizen, so that it questions and changes its vision on what it surrounds him, claiming a different look on what habitually went unnoticed: the city on top we walk.