The video of 10 minutes summarizes 6 months of artistic life inside a studio space in an old house located in the historic district of Seuna, Nuoro. The story is about a community where each component creates its own space but continuously change it to leave it to the other artist; they go deep on their inspiration feeding at the same time the inspiration of others in a continuous passage from the individual to the collective. Each one of them maintains a strong artistic identity, totally aware of their own experience and training, while still managing to maintain a stable balance within the group. The studio space undergoes continuous modifications and revisitations according to the artistic ideas that the individuals develop at the moment, generating a variegated exhibition space where the visual stimulus and the involvement of the viewer are reminiscent of temporary museum exhibitions. The artists work strongly motivated and ‘allowed each visitor to improvise “art critic” freely expressing their taste. The studio is dynamic, constantly evolving (currently no longer as seen in the images of the video) new components are added, new proposals arrive contributing to the growth of an interesting subculture. The work Studio Seuna by Monica Dovarch, visual anthropologist from Nuoro, is the result of her creative project linked to a new style of video production characterized by the union between ethnographic documentary and music video clip.