Why shouldn’t poems roll across the floor? From Emilio Villa’s The Rolling Balls: Hydrological Antistructures, With 6 Silkscreens (Rome: Edar, 1969), in collaboration with Silvio Craia and Giorgio Cegna….
Apr 19, 2011 | Filed under architext, corporality, poesy, rome, traduction.
Tags: dance, Emilio Villa, love, migrant, vagula, vulgari
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