In 2015, Luca was commissioned to create a large-scale inter-generational performance for participants in Kinosaki, Japan. Its aim was to engage the local community with the recently opened Kinosaki International Arts Center. Over three weeks, Luca and his assistant, Valentina Golfieri, gathered 100 participants aged 2 to 82 from all walks of life to create a beautiful and tender portrait of the community, its history and residents. It was made in collaboration with professional performers from Monochrome Circus.
The impact on the community was striking, with the centre being used for regular community workshops for the first time and the local residents professing a new-found sense of engagement with their arts centre.