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Déjà vu - Project Body To Art

an art project by Monica Argentino


The art curator Fabio Matthew Lanna and his magazine Urban Mirrors in quality of media partner of the event, are pleased to present "Déjà vu" the new artistic project of the versatile artist Monica Argentino. The project is included in the collective exhibition "SENSUM" this year in its second edition which is part of the circuit of events for the RAW (Rome Art Week). The new project "Déjà vu" will be shown on the occasion of the opening night of SENSUM on October 22nd at the Club55 Pigneto spaces in Via Perugia in Rome. Déjà vu" by Monica Argentino Performance Human Body art / video installation / music / photographs “I breathed scents of the past behind that window ... They were like this; live that I could touch them & rdquo; A complex project with more voices consisting of body art performances, video installations and photographic images. A timeless space accommodates the childhood that is in U.S. Traces of a past beyond weather. Memories of experiences that we have lived and crossed in our earthly human dimension. An oneiric work that tries to capture and stop the feelings of past and future nostalgia. A journey towards and within oneself. The project & egrave; inserted in the collective exhibition "SENSUM" curated by Fabio Matthew Lanna, this year in its second edition, which is part of the circuit of events for the RAW (Rome Art Week). The new project "D & eacute; j & agrave; vu" will come & agrave; premiered on the occasion of the opening night of SENSUM on October 22nd in the Club55 Pigneto spaces in Via Perugia in Rome. D & Eacute; J & agrave; VU Ideazione-Progetto- Directed by Monica Argentino Human body art Monica Argentino Exhibition, Video, Music Daniele Casolino Photography by Angela Marano

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