On the trail of the dead trees – Trunk 2

«Exploring asemic patterns found in nature, Berlin-based physicist, translator, and writer Federico Federici offers a meditation on trees and wind. This volume contains a wide variety of mark-making—from thin curved lines and printed text to thick smooth brushstrokes and small illustrations.» David Ebony in “Art in America” – May 2020

A private notebook of winds, KDP/lulu.com, 2019 (Asemic-Eng), ISBN 979-8640410952 / 978-0244791414
The original of this book belongs to the Academy of Fine Arts Palermo artists’ book collection [1] [2]. Featured by David Ebony in «Art In America» May issue, 2020.
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Surveying industrial sites and military settlements, ghost buildings and woods haunted by shadows, bodies entangled in wires or surfacing barks and stripped walls, this book provides evidence of how things come to be abandoned.
Alongside the images, the reader will find the fine narrative thread of texts in prose or poems, many of which have already appeared in international magazines and journals.

Vertebrae: a book of abandoned buildings and bodies, KDP, 2019.
ISBN 978-1710418811
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