by Francesco Zurlo – People will get to know each other less and less, they will be less and less amazed, and they will adhere so well to the codes of the new morality that no one will be able to understand what kind of meat is hidden – by now forgotten about itself – under that costume that we will begin to call skin. This really is the age of fear.
“To be on receiving end of true art (whether music, literature, dance, film etc…) is akin to a mystical experience. Years ago, I was lucky enough to see the big Francis Bacon retrospective at Beaubourg in Paris. I went around exhibition three times in an attempt to imprint what I knew would be a life altering experience. Only real art achieves that, the rest is posturing”. With an interview by Thierry Vissol
by Cleto Corposanto – In a complete sense, travel is a dimension of freedom: not a theoretical freedom which is what dwells in every living being endowed with fantasy, but a real freedom. The freedom to be able to design and create a physical movement of oneself, for a meeting of places, people and cultures, sometimes even very different.
Artists needs to know what is around them, and our worldwide view could be both useful for them together with their public. nowadays art and research have stronger connection. With an interview by Massimo Fotino
By Claudia Sbarra – Io adoro quelli che sanno entrare nella vita in punta di piedi. Quelli che sanno stare al mondo senza voler apparire, quelli che sussurrano e che della loro “mitezza” sanno fare il loro punto di forza.
by Leslie Leonelli – Famiglie allargate, multinucleari, moderne, nuove o scelte. Come che sia, l’importante e non dimenticare che siamo animali sociali.
What we have in front of us after Covid19, is a world crossed by strong dichotomies. That pushes intellectuals to question itself by looking for a “room to manoeuvre”, within the phenomena that the pandemic has split into difficult to solve binomies, which will last at least until a new social life is born – if it is born.