Intervallo is a moving piece on a railcar crossing Salento from Lecce to Gagliano del Capo, southern Italy. The installation consists in the substitution of a train window shades with printed curtains reproducing still shots from a 1935 newsreel. The sequence is a one-second footage divided into the number of the train windows. The original footage is a tracking shot which was caught through the windows of a newly produced Littorina railcar during the fascist regime. Since then “littorina” became an Italian commonly used term indicating railway cars.