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Buried to kill
Mar12

Buried to kill

Thousands of tons of waste were buried in hundreds (maybe thousands) of different sites, scattered in every italian region. Now the routes for illegal dumping are shifting towards developing countries in Africa, Asia, in the Balcans.

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Rare is the Earth
Mar03

Rare is the Earth

A.I. I bought a smartphone in August 2016. A shining extension of my brain, connected with the thunderous flow of the internet. It’s smooth and thin. A real symbol of ultra modernity. I would say it’s a “being”, born from human tought, even if in some ways it doesn’t look like earthly, intangible because of its intellectual skills. Is it divine? Where does a modern phone come from? Sure it comes from skilled technicians, sitting on a...

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Sophronia, where fun is a serious business
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Sophronia, where fun is a serious business

The fourth of “Thin cities” is Sophronia. In the “Invisible Cities“, the famous book by Italo Calvino, Marco Polo describes this city as: “The city of Sophronia is made up of two half-cities. In one there is a great roller coaster with its steep humps, the carousel with its chain spokes, the Ferris wheel of spinning cages, the death-ride with the crouching motorcyclists, the big top with the clump of...

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Euphemia, the city-world
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Euphemia, the city-world

The first of “Trading cities” is Euphemia. In the “Invisible Cities“, the famous book by Italo Calvino, Marco Polo describes this city as: “Proceeding eighty miles into the northwest wind, you reach the city of Euphemia, where the merchants of seven nations gather at every solstice and equinox. The boat that lands there with a cargo of ginger and cotton will set sail again, its hold filled with pistachio...

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Eutropia, the fickle’s city
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Eutropia, the fickle’s city

The third of “Trading cities” is Eutropia. In the “Invisible Cities“, the famous book by Italo Calvino, Marco Polo describes this city as: “When he enters the territory of which Eutropia is the capital, the traveler sees not one city but many, of equal size and not unlike one another, scattered over a vast, rolling plateau. Eutropia is not one, but all these cities together; only one is inhabited at a...

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Fedora, the city of unfinished desires
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Fedora, the city of unfinished desires

The fourth of “cities and desire” is Fedora. In the “Invisible Cities“, the famous book by Italo Calvino, Marco Polo describes this city as: “In the center of Fedora, that gray stone metropolis, stands a metal building with a crystal globe in every room. Looking into each globe, you see a blue city, the model of a different Fedora. These are the forms of the city could have taken if, for one reason or...

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