A personal journey into human needs of being with and for the other stimulated by the lyrics of the Italian songwriter Lucio Battisti in Il mio canto libero. [Italian]
A writing exercise inspired by Virginia Woolf’s essay Street Haunting (1927). [Italian]
A semiotic and emotional reflection on sign and language. [Italian]
Text written in response to the experience of visiting the online exhibition Endless Nostalghia by Treti Galaxie. [Italian]
A fictional text about Hedda who goes to visit MAMbo’s permanent collection for the first time.
Text resulting from the workshop with the students of the course of Management for Art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome in response to the exhibition by Iulia Ghiță at AlbumArte in Rome. [Italian]
English, Italian and Spanish intertwine, echo and dominate each other in the progressive denudation of the figure of Dora Maar, kept in the shadows in favor of the Picasso icon.
An insight – personal and critical – into Alberto Giacometti’s production, starting from Le Chien, 1951. [Italian]
A creative text produced during a workshop at MAMbo in Bologna as a result of a writing exercise intended to relate emotionally to an artwork. [Italian]
Syllabus is the curriculum of an imaginary course, a dream syllabus approaching life through plays.
An introspective journey and a challenge to self-acceptance.
An autotheory essay about past love.
Text about the permanent installation of Christian Boltanski written after a workshop with junior high school students. [Italian]
Text about I Love Dick; a comparison between the book by Chris Kraus and the TV series directed by Sarah Gubbins and Jill Soloway. [Italian]
Short fiction in response to the drawing Haemophobia (2014) by Miguel Martin (Belfast, UK, 1985). [Italian]
A review and a comparison between the docu-film by Alina Marazzi, Un’ora sola ti vorrei (2002) and the series of photographies by Moira Ricci, 20.12.53-10.08.04. [Italian]
A review about Negus (2016) by Invernomuto. [Italian]