Works

Alla Luna – Videopoetry

January 5, 2015

Poetry: Bianca Madeccia. Music and voice: Alberto “Napo” Napolitano Director: Marcantonio Lunardi Text: ALLA LUNA Un guerriero zen innamorato della morte parla parla parla mentre mostra le cicatrici alla luna per farla invaghire di sé’ – Vedi? Vedi? Potrei morire domani se solo volessi – L’astro non risponde e osserva dall’altro questa eternamente mimata vicenda […]

La fenice acquatica

January 5, 2015

The phoenix always rises from its own ashes, like this heron rises from the waters polluted by our actions.

Arte fragile

January 2, 2015

“The beloved appeared for so long to my inclined heart that it soaked completely in his attributes and in his Nature” “Ebru” derives from a Farsi word which means “cloudy” and it is allusive to the mutability of this art. The Sufis think what happens within the basin to be an example of the Universe’s […]

La casa che non c’è

January 2, 2015

A house, a garden, the images of a sea which is the metaphor for freedom. This is what emerges from the tales of the Somali refugees who live at the reception centre Alle Cure in Florence. A group of persons escaped from violence who tell about themselves in ten minutes through their imagination, the only […]

Turandot Shop

January 2, 2015

Italian composer Giacomo Puccini, famous all around the world for having composed the most important operas of Italian lyric landscape in late XIX century- masterpieces as “Madama Butterfly” and “Tosca”- was born in Lucca on 22nd December 1858. The same city where, more than a hundred years afterwards, Marcantonio Lunardi was born. The great Italian […]