Jean Arp, I look into your eyes.
If the “world” remains the constant, what does its “end” mean?
If I have to talk about the Museo Pecci and its first-new exhibition, entitled “The End of the World”, I prefer the word “rebirth” to “death”, to “exhibition” I prefer the word “overview” on today’s world.
This is the modern fairy tale that today I want to tell you.
I deleted at least thirteen times the end of this text, and then I decided to end it this way. I hope that the master will forgive me for this … But I am sure he will understand.
I become estranged. “It is important that you follow only the flood of the waves,” and so I let myself be lulled along with an incessant stream of thoughts …
Christo has given hs the freedom to walk on the water, and no matter what, we have to be grateful to him.
Blindness is the optical visual perception nullified. It is a congenital or induced condition. It is a state of mind. It is paradoxically a state of grace. I often had to keep my eyes closed during a performance. It happened again Saturday, May 28, when, at the Ara Pacis Museum in Rome, was staged “DAWN”, performance by Thomas De Falco curated by Laura Cherubini, to which I took part along with twelve other performers, three musicians and a mezzo soprano.