, Sara Marini
, Fabrizio Antonelli
, et al.Lorenzo Calvelli, Paolo Ceccon, Agostino De Rosa, Nicola Emery, Milovan Farronato, Daniela Ferretti, Manuele Fior, Luigi Guzzardi, [21 More...]
Venice is well-known, its identity is so familiar to be considered obvious, summarized as if it were a replicable logo: the city shows its face leaving behind its backbone. Here gold and mud blend together, moulding a multifaceted document. In Venice an endless interchange between real and imaginary, original and fake, tiny and huge, powerful and fragile endures, while we look at the city as a shimmering object.
The alter ego of what is well-known and obvious becomes superlative, since it exceeds predetermined standards; furthermore, it represents the inconceivable condensed in the prefix of another language as it is revealed only when one ...