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copertina Tutte le ragioni della caducitaTHE GRAFT - On the cusp between experience and imagination
by Alessandro Trabucco

In his series “The Graft”, Aqua Aura’s work takes a new direction which, while having elements in common in an evolutionary sense with the latest creations in his previous series “Frozen Frames”, sees him presenting new perspectives and new points of view as part of his incessant process of delving into the relationship between the real and the plausible, illusion and reality, visible and invisible.

copertina Tutte le ragioni della caducitaTHE GRAFT - Shomèr ma mi làyla? The rhizomatic concept of thought versus the arborescent concept
Texts and catalogue curated by Gaia Serena Simionati

When, on a plane going to New York in 2010, I saw Inception for the first of seven times, I was shocked. The screenplay, written by Christopher Nolan in a number of layers, like the dreams to be penetrated by the team of extractors, apparently took him over 10 years. Directed and produced through his intuition, the film is complicated and almost entirely unintelligible...

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copertina AQUA AURA 20


PageNotFound Vol. 3

Multiple Authors


Vacant Scenery
Vacant Scenery: scenes of the mind
by Livia Savorelli

A modern storyteller in images, Aqua Aura floats with masterly ease through space, represented by that creative magma offered by new technologies.


The intimacy of the eye
by Alessandro Trabucco

The boudoir is a private room or suite hidden well away from prying eyes, a secluded, padded world that isolates from the outside an intimate space and the relationships and modalities which exist or develop within it.


Frozen Frames
by Alessandro Trabucco

“We observe a fragment of the process, the trembling of a single string in a symphonic orchestra of supergiants, and on top of that we know - we only know, without comprehending - that at the same time, above us and beneath us, in the plunging deep, beyond the limits of sight and imagination there are multiple, million fold simultaneous transformations connected to one another like the notes of musical counterpoint.”


Portraits Survivants
by Alessandro Trabucco

In front of the lens, I am at the same time: the one I think I am, the one I want others to think I am, the one the photographer thinks I am, and the one he makes use of to exhibit his art.”

Roland Barthes, Camera Lucida