Monthly Archives: July 2011

TRAVEL DIARIES-CARNETS DE VOYAGE ON BOARD

Travel Diary-Carnets de voyage… Writing and watercolours are on my mind, as I’m getting ready for my Interail in Spain and France, and then in September a Journey to RomaniaContinue reading


Archeology Cabala

Environment has thousand different faces. Ancient as well as contemporary. First and foremost, it is a LandscapeNatural Memory of all civilizations, founding element of contemporary identity, of which we may be aware or not. In this sense, talk of Archaeology is crucial, but not from the perspective of stereotypical television or academism. Continue reading


Maja Ratkje. Voice as a sculpting sound. Contemporary Music from Norway

In Bologna everything can happen. Such as meeting a famous contemporary singer such as Maja Ratkje, that I had the chance to interview before her performance at Angelica Festival 2011. This interview wasn’t published by the magazine that had asked me to realise it, so I’ll publish it on the snowdrop’s garden blog to remember that Norway has a great Contemporary Musical tradition, even if today its Capital, Oslo, has been hurt by an horrible terrorism attackContinue reading


ASIA: CATCHING A GLIMPSE INTO THE UNSEEN

Catching a glimpse into Unseen Asia isn’t an easy task. Especially if we talk about the civilizations in this area, so varied and complex, of ancient tradition. I decided to mention what normally is not taken into consideration, rich and unexpected for its artistic, cultural and social value. Continue reading


Black writings…Phoenix Flowers

 

Black, black writing calligraphy. So many titles related to this color, powerful yet fascinating as a phoenix …Scent of unknown flower Continue reading


IMAGING AFRICA’S HEART: A NEVER ENDING DISCOVERY

Dedicated to MR. Nelson
Mandela, who inspires the World

AFRICA… Its colours, Scents and Sensations, in Europe came as an echo due to postcolonial literature or the findings of anthropologists and archaeologists from various eras. But the creative expressiveness of this continent,  victim of many injustices still on humanitarian
or human rights in General, full of natural wonders and smiles, is still too little known in Europe from most people.

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LISTENING TO A CONTEMPORARY SHERAZADE’S STORY

Imaging to listen to the stories of a contemporary Sherazade: COUNTING ISLAM’s CULTURE AS ONE THOUSAND AND ONE NIGHTS Continue reading