Radici is a journey that explores an ancestral relation with nature. One of the main matrices is located in Cannobina Valley, where his grandparents lived, where his mother grew, where he had spent his summers. Radici takes shape from there, from those misty memories and unconscious themes, as an elaboration of buried traces and conflicts where succeeding, in terms of life, depends by the act of maintaining a form or be deformed.
Fabrizio Albertini (*1984, Italy) graduated in Film Direction and Production at the Academy of Audiovisual Sciences CISA Pio Bordoni in Lugano (Switzerland). His work has been shown at International Locarno Film Festiva and exposed at Aperture Foundation, among others. With the publishing house Skinnerboox he publishes the books “The Mecca of Coney Island” (2014) and “Diary of an Italian Borderworker” (2016).
The Dog Beach / Fabrizio Albertini
Fine Art Print
50 cm x 40 cm • Edition of 5
950 Euro framed