CRITICS
Titolo: A City to Behold from Inscape to Humanescape – An Interview by Anita Tania Giuga to Marco Bolognesi
Author: Anita Tania Giuga
Year: 2012

If I tell you that the city toward which my journey tends is discontinuous in space and time,
now scattered, now more condensed, you must not believe the search for it can stop.
(I. Calvino, Invisible Cities)

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Title: A Dialogue on Marco Bolognesi
Author: Bruce Sterling and Jasmina Tesanovic
Year: 2012

Bruce Sterling: Jasmina, Marco Bolognesi has such an unusual approach to his artwork, I think we should write about him in some different, more provocative way than just some standard essay. Maybe as a dialogue between us?

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Title: Notes for Marco Bolognesi
Author: Walter Guadagnini
Year: 2012

First and foremost, courage. Marco Bolognesi obtained international renown with his female portraits immersed in cyber or fashion atmospheres, often beautiful girls whose nature was forced by the artist into a dreamlike-surreal transformation.

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Title: Death Has No Future
Author: Valerio Dehò
Year: 2012

The thesis of the creative construction of the world has a long story. Generally, art is a mean of discovery, as sciences, but we can discuss about the creativity of the two methods, the difference is that sciences have to verify and to demonstrate.

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Title: The Memory Inside The Future
Author: Gianluca Marziani
Year: 2009

December 2007. I will start a sentence which I used in the conclusion of another text about Marco Bolognesi. I wrote the following: Face which are the memory inside the future

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Title: Marco Bolognesi and The Realm of Ambiguity
Author: Sue Hubbard
Year: 2008

Bologna is best known for its towers and its tortellini and it was here that Marco Bolognesi was born in 1974 into a prominent intellectual family.

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Title: Domination, Control and Metaphor of Darkness: Ma’aM
Author: Elena Forin
Year: 2008

“Under the “ideal” conditions of our developed industrial world, to the alienation which coexists with the pervasive automation taking place in the world of work, the reduction of working hours and the interchangeability of skills… Eros and our life instincts have been unleashed into unchartered territories”.
H. Marcuse, Eros and Civilization

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Title: Geiko: The Silence That Shouts
Author: Nicoletta Vallorani
Year: 2008

Traditionally, the human world has been divided into men and women. Women are the cause of human suffering… Men have tried to get rid of their suffering by altering this; first by changing women; second, when this didn’t work because women are stubborn creatures, by simply lying, by saying that women live only for men’s love.
Kathy Acker, Don Quixote (1986)

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Title: Graceful, Antigraceful, Artificial
Author: Lorenzo Canova
Year: 2008

Marco Bolognesi’s artistic journey recently reached an important milestone, a culminating point, if you like, arrived at through previous experiences: in his Synteborg cycle he creates images of female faces through digital recomposition thus giving life to a completely artificial “cyborg” beauty which makes use of mysterious props taken from everyday life.

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Title: Woodland: Interview by Catherine Somzéan to Marco Bolognesi
Author: Catherine Somzéan
Year: 2008

Early this year, the photography magazine Eyemazing asked me to write a text to accompany Marco Bolognesi’s portfolio of his “Woodland” series.

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