the first European festival on creativity

2013 Program

EVENT #32

Francesca Alfano Miglietti, Antonio Marras

Nulla dies sine linea-Not a day without a line

 

“Not a day without picking up my pencil and drawing a line… my imagination was always chaotically crowded”. Antonio Marras draws, picks up looks and fragments for his works to be: a way to draw maps, to mark territories, to organize voices and silences. To him, fashion is a connection to other languages, a new alphabet to communicate with them. This conversation is a journey into metamorphoses, and the idea of journey plays an all-important role in outlining the confines and the forms of the contemporary, where the frenzy of change marks identities. A dialogue in pictures between Marras and FAM, starting fro the encounter as poetic and political strategy, as constant flow, as movement overcoming barriers, as escape from control strategies, as an interstitial space.

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Francesca Alfano Miglietti

(FAM), the art theorist and critic, teaches Theory and Methodology of the Contemporary at the Brera Fine Arts Academy in Milan. Her research focuses on the interconnections and interferences of different languages: cinema, photography, philosophy, literature, fashion, theater, all powerfully merging into her theory of art. Her many essays include: Identità mutanti. Dalla piega alla piaga. Esseri delle contaminazioni contemporanee (Bruno Mondadori, 1997).

Antonio Marras

the fashion designer, lives and works in Alghero, Sardinia. He designed his first prêt-à-porter collection in 1999. He makes frequent forays into art, fiction and poetry: he has participated in exhibitions with artists Maria Lai, Claudia Losi and Carol Rama; he contributed to Archivio provvisorio for the Venice Biennale; he created La cadia de ma xia for Poets’ September in Seneghe, Sardinia and then exhibited it at Rome’s Music Auditorium. He received an honorary degree in Visual Arts from the Brera Fine Arts Academy in Milan last June.

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Nulla dies sine linea-Not a day without a line

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