Anna Utopia Giordano

Venus @ Museum Het Valkhof

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Una fotografia scattata dal fotografo Thijn Van De Ven al Museo Het Valkhof durante il  Midzomernacht Event del 22 giugno 2012.
Durante l’evento ho tenuto una conferenza riguardante i miei due lavori Venus e My Social Generation, la trascrizione in lingua inglese è disponibile qui.

Al muro alcune stampe a dimensione originale tratte dal mio ciclo di lavori “Venus” ed esposte durante l’esibizione “Why goddesses are so beautiful: love and beauty in antiquity”.

Segnalo anche The Illusionists documentario di Elena Rossini riguardante il corpo, l’industria e gli stereotipi della bellezza ai nostri giorni. Sono onorata di aver contribuito al documentario con una intervista registrata proprio a Nimega. Seguite e supportate The Illusionists anche su facebook.
Il fatto – il “corpo-oggetto” – è assai serio.

Indosso la t-shirt “Not interested in being skinny” del brand LittleBlackDress di Alessia Caliendo.

Photo by Thijn van de Ven @ Museum Het Valkhof

A photo taken by the photographer Thijn Van De Ven at the Museum Het Valkhof during the  Midzomernacht Event  (22 june 2012).
During the event I held a conference about my projects Venus and My Social Generation, the english transcription is here.

Behind me two prints from my Venus project exposed in “Why goddesses are so beautiful: love and beauty in antiquity”.

Take a look at The Illusionists, a documentary by Elena Rossini about the body, the fashion industry and standard of beauty. I?m honored to be part of her documentary with an interview taken in Nijmgen. Follow and support The Illusionist on facebook. The topic – “body as object” – is really important.

I’m wearing the “Not interested in being skinny” t-shirt by LittleBlackDress (Alessia Caliendo).

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