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August 5, 2020 33 min
What's the future of the art business post-COVID19? What's the role of an artist in rebuilding our future after such a disruptive time of turmoil and transformation? Our Editor in Chief Tommaso Cartia - - explores these topics with International Multimedia Artist Annalaura di Luggo - - for our series CreativityWillSaveUs Phase 2 - When Venues Close, Windows Open. A post-COVID-19 vision into the future. An illuminating conversation with the polyhedric artist who takes the audience on a journey through her artistic world, from her pioneer photographs of the human iris in works like "Eye-I"; "Blind Vision", to her visual studies on the topics of nature and biodiversity in "Genesis", exposed at the prestigious 58th Venice Biennale, and her docu-film Napoli Eden, a behind the scenes on her life and career with the backdrop of Naples (Italy), Annalaura's hometown and continuous inspiration for her creations. Developed in collaboration with Hollywood director, producer, writer, and documentarian Stanely Isaacs, the movie is currently winning prestigious prizes all over the world.
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