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Relations & Society

Intelligence

Like drops on the screen 

Maria Mavropoulou has captured a series of overlaps: vibrant colors from screens in the background, organic fluids like saliva, and tears in the foreground

Relations & Society

Desire

As wise as the body

Martina Matencio’s work is an intimate celebration of love, desire, and touch — where nostalgia and melancholy coexist among a light and emotive atmosphere

Relations & Society

Identity

The eyes beyond the lens

Witnessing a war can be a horrific experience, but it can be soberingly teaching. For who is on the field, and for the lucky ones to relive those stories through their images

by Matteo Scanni

Humanities Studies

Identity

Getting a word in — The theatre of voice

We become what we are through voice — our own, but also that of others. And silence sets the stage where the theatrical, vocal performance of life comes to light

by Matteo Bonazzi

Relations & Society

Identity

Me vs Others

A photographic experiment that explores the curation of one’s “self” image

by Laurence Philomene

Relations & Society

Identity

You I Everything Else

The chronicle of a correspondence, articulating post-digital romance as an ecstasy of communication

by Linn Phyllis Seeger

Humanities Studies

Identity

Our print on film

From “Blade Runner” to “Memento.” Seven movies that explore the representation of human identity

by Francesca Alloatti

Humanities Studies

Identity

The view through sound

Music has been everywhere since the dawn of time, but not everyone listens to it. Yet, it has shaped us for the longest time in many ways

by Edoardo Maggio

Humanities Studies

Evolution

The alchemy of biofiction

Artist Anicka Yi  takes us through her exploration—a realm with olfaction, microbial and artificial intelligence as its primary ingredients.

by Eleonora Raspi

Humanities Studies

Doubt

Can cyber art show the unseen inside us?

The artworks by Heather Dewey-Hagborg often lack legal precedent, because the use of personal data in the age of surveillance does too

by Eleonora Raspi

Humanities Studies

Failure

Top of the flops

The Museum of Failure, a collection of commercial mistakes.

by MAIZE

Humanities Studies

Failure

Big in Japan

The disastrously epic story of Anvil

by Andrea Dusio

Humanities Studies

Failure

The vanquished who wrote history

Celebrating the beauty of catastrophe through poetic lyrics. 

by Alessandro Portelli

Humanities Studies

The evolution of music fruition

A reflection on how our relationship with sound is changing.

by Valentina Lunardi

Humanities Studies

Evolution

Musical wallpaper

As we become drenched in a deluge of information, we may be losing our ability to appreciate the nuances of epic music.

by Andrea Dusio

Humanities Studies

Utopia

Paolo Cirio

Investigating social fields impacted by the internet, through art, as technology changes how we perceive the world.

by Eleonora Raspi

Humanities Studies

Utopia

A road to paradise

From an avant-garde noise album to a non-school, eight ideas to think beyond the limits of our realities.

by MAIZE

Humanities Studies

Utopia

On the edge of sound

Music provides an escape from the darkness of our lives, giving us the possibility to transcend time.

by Andrea Dusio

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