I saw but I see but I saw you drawing, drawing, drawing.

Antonio Marras, who rises against “purisms”, is about to invite us to embark on the voyage, a nomadic voyage to the land of memory: silence, voice, silence. He questions with intellectual curiosity an anarchic, chaotic and erratic female figure. Antonio Marras, speaking the language of experimentations, takes us through his footsteps, (re)elaborating the seen and unseen artifacts, drawings, paintings (… that do give witness to the emotive realities of the narrator). Through a series of installations, he illustrates his researches, defining and redefining the nature of the fashion alphabet as universal: fabric, frame, fabric.

Antonio Marras: Nulla dies sine linea, an anthological exhibition curated by Francesca Alfano Miglietti, opens its doors at La Triennale di Milano today October 21.

You saw me, me waiting, thinking, waiting for you to draw me in waters of restlessness.

by Marco Martello