Barbara Nati’s artistic research takes the lead from a fundamental element: the deconstruction of every common and objective value, through the creation of suggestive images with a strong visual power. In the artist’s hands, the photographic medium is no longer a mere tool to capture or report reality: Barbara Nati, as a new creator demiurge, gives life to her personal idea of reality, merging shapes and contexts that are usually far apart. This is especially true for La casa di questa mia sera (The House of This Evening of Mine), a project undertook in 2013. Here, Barbara Nati fully embraces the main paradigm of her artistic language: the manipulation of images with digital techniques. This is the means that allowed the creation of her unpredictable trees, hybrid macro-structures made with wreckages and remains. The bucolic scenarios where the trees are growing recall the nineteenth-century landscape painting on one hand, and on the other the latest experiments in digital art. The digital technique allows the artist to shape a new reality, sometimes surreal, sometimes dreamlike, which conveys a feeling of alienation. Barbara Nati’s imaginary visions are meant to provide the observers with a framework for a reflection that ranges from the value of both material and immaterial memory, to the relation between individuals and environment.