Abbraccio is the result of a long gestation carried with the inhabitants of Radicondoli and Belforte and it is a project curated by Culture Attive. During the days of lockdown of the Covid-19 pandemic, a first online contact with the residents was established. We got to know each other and, using the social dreaming technique developed by Gordon W. Lawrence, we started dreaming together about a work of art we could create for the village. In 2021, our meetings finally took place in person, and the shared dream began to turn tangible as well. Composed of two arch-shaped aluminum plates, Abbraccio reveals on both sides the words brought out during the meetings of social dreaming, which are faithfully printed with the same handwriting of the residents that thought of and gave birth to them. At the front of the arch, an image recalling the real landscape that surrounds Abbraccio acts as a background to the words. On the back, the background is instead composed of a grey and white chess pattern that is usually used in photo-editing softwares.