, Sara Marini
, Darío Álvarez Álvarez
, et al.Salvatore Aprea, Piotr Barbarewicz, Marina Caneve, Luca Capuano, Dario Cecchi, Ludovico Centis, Sara Cipolletti, Massimo Crispi, [26 More...]
Two movements, perhaps antithetical, affect space. Individuals exclude themselves, exit (exilium, exsul, ex-solum), come out of their own land, withdraw into another circumstance, depose power from within, shun the power that withholds. Exile can be an individual choice, but it can also be a constraint that involves, cumulatively, a large number. At the same time, peoples, animals, and plants are in exodus, moving, fleeing, migrating, changing the design and the sense of territory and geographies.
Three figures take shape from these movements: the space of the journey and the traces of the crossing, the destination or just the place of arrival, and finally the image ...