Passages is a play around the idea of the work by Lucio Fontana, where the canvas ceased to be the place of the representation and became a ripped curtain, a transit to another spatial dimension. The works presented here belong to a series where few strategies of ‘hidden’ transition are being tested. The violent gashes of Fontana, that compromised the integrity of the canvas, are replaced by subtle architectures of dimensional ‘transfer’, that conceal the destination. Superimposed to these topics there is the theme of digital fabrication. The models defined in 3d as developable surfaces, are rendered and the lighting textures get saved (baked) and superimposed on the cutting plan with joints that allows assembly (almost) without glue. Then everything is printed, cut and assembled. At the end we have a sort of painted sculpture. The final aesthetic is hyperreal in the sense that to the natural shading of the object produced in this way (here in the real world), is superimposed the shading of the ‘place’ where the rendering occurred. A location ambiguity that evokes the theme of the work.