Giuliana Bruno, writer
Atlas of Emotion: Journeys in Art, Architecture, and Film, published by Verso, 2002 and Johan & Levi, 2015
Atlas of Emotion is a highly original endeavor to map the cultural terrain of spatio-visual arts. In an evocative blend of words and pictures, Giuliana Bruno emphasizes the connections between “sight” and “site” and “motion” and “emotion.” In so doing, she touches on the art of Gerhard Richter and Louise Bourgeois, the filmmaking of Peter Gree
Maddalena Parise, visual artist and researcher
Il filo dell’arazzo, 2020
Il filo dell'arazzo, preview
Maddalena Parise projects involve both research and creation of visual tools.
Il filo dell’arazzo is an immersive and multilayered installation made out of diverse visual and sound devices: light boxes, slides, tracing papers, video projections, small sound amplifiers or earphones. The installation-atlas is a guide through the complex issue of extinction focusing on the mass ‘rarefaction’ that is affe
Marco Paltrinieri, artist
Andrè Malraux, Museum Without Walls, published by Granada Publishing, 1974
Over the last forty years of his life, Malraux would assemble, disassemble, and reassemble montages of photographic reproductions to create Le Musée imaginaire, which ranks as one the twentieth century’s seminal manifestations of the archive. Malraux’s idea of an imaginary museum, a “museum without walls” (which he first announced in 1947), is a prescient manifesto of the digital age that en
Ignasi López, photographer, editor, designer
La Fuga. breve atlas de analogías, self-published, 2019-2020
La Fuga is a 60 pages book in 3 issues of 20 pages, with a private edition sent to 50 people in 3 deliveries (on 07/19, 11/19/2019 and 04/20/2020)
On which fields of knowledge are you focused?
Art, Science, Sports culture, History of Religions, Landscape, Geography, Philosophy, Ecology, Found Pictures...
What is the object of your research?
My recent work is bas