Savana’s Dream derives from a memory from Fiscaletti’s childhood. Many years later, the artist thought that a game he played as a boy could be an interesting subject in order to depict the relationship established between people, animals and nature. When the wooden base is pressed manually, the elastics that hold up the animal’s body are loosened and project it into a dialogue with the background of the photograph, a lush and natural landscape populated with animals of the same species. The work is constantly poised between the desire for freedom expressed by the playful element and the equally powerful one expressed by nature. However, there is also a strong message of condemnation; only human actions can symbolically make the animals 'collapse to the ground'. What is an ordinary hand gesture is actually a broader metaphor for the complex rapport that humans have with what is not their same kind and is bent to their purposes through the use of power and violence. Because of this, the photographs have a very simple and immediate visual rendering, in which posters of the savannah have carelessly been hung on the walls as a backdrop, tacked with masking tape and not perfectly straight, while the animals become a game in the hands of humans, who can remove them from their habitat, to which they dream to return.