WIRELESS: Marini Bookstore podcasts with Paolo Ventura, Raffaella Perna, Silvia Camporesi and other guests
We asked Paolo Ventura to tell us about one of his favorite books and to engage a surprise guest, thus becoming the first in a chain of artists, publishers and book lovers unveiling and telling about a title they are particularly fond of.
Thus was born the Marini Bookstore's PODACAST WITHOUT WIRES series.
In the first episode, Paolo Ventura tells us about Leo Lionni's "Parallel Botany," published by Adelphi in 1976, a fake scientific manual on "amaterial" plants that exist only in the author's imagination: the Solea, the Giraluna, the Sigurya, the Tirillo and others.
EP.1 PAOLO VENTURA
Paolo Ventura involves Danilo Montanari
EP.2 DANILO MONTANARI
Danilo Montanari involves Giuseppe de Mattia
EP.3 GIUSEPPE DE MATTIA
Giuseppe de Mattia involves Giulia Marchi
EP.4 GIULIA MARCHI
Giulia Marchi involves Michele Ambroni
EP.5 MICHELE AMBRONI
Michele Ambroni Involves Silvia Camporesi
EP.6 SILVIA CAMPORESI
Kicking off the second season is photographer and visual activist Simona Ghizzoni.
Simona was invited to choose a book that was precious to her and played an important role in her vision and formation, then pointing to the next person to get involved, thus becoming the first link in this new chain of artists, publishers, and book lovers
EP.1 SIMONA GHIZZONI
Simona Ghizzoni involves Raffaella Perna
EP.2 RAFFAELLA PERNA
Raffaella Perna involves Paola Mattioli
EP.3 PAOLA MATTIOLI
Paola Mattioli involves Elisabetta Longari
EP.4 ELISABETTA LONGARI
Elisabetta Longari involves Ambrogio Borsani
EP.5 AMBROGIO BORSANI
Ambrogio Borsani involves Brunella Antomarini
EP.6 BRUNELLA ANTOMARINI
For the graphics: illustration by Laura Angelucci
For the music: "Snake Eyes" by WOW
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