Charcoal animation on the migration of care

Dr. Cara is a fictitious physician who examines parcels sent home by Moldovan migrants in Italy.  He examines these parcels with a strange ultra-sono-historiography. 

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Graduation project about the migration of care

Parcelpaedia is a film that responds to Italy Syndrome- a type of depression specific to Eastern European women who work as caregivers in Italy. The movie features Dr.Cara, a fictitious physician who examines parcels sent by these migrants to their families in Moldova. The movie creates an absurd world with its own logic, where objects are alive and active in the Moldovan-Italian migration.

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Speaker for the Deaf
Noise Pollution in the North Sea

Sculptures made for a project that won the Design Competition “Give a Voice to the North Sea” in the context of the awarding of the Spinozalens to French philosopher and sociologist Bruno Latour.

The ceramic sculptures are based on the hearing systems of different underwater species. A soundscape of noise that occurs in the North Sea is fed to each sculpture. When the soundscape plays, one can hear it, feel it (by biting on the sculpture) or see its vibration in a liquid stored in the sculpture. This way, the project tries to expand the ways in which creatures experience noise in the sea.

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Life as a Museum
Animation-tribute to F.Starik


An animation made for an exhibition-tribute to F. Starik, the poet of Amsterdam who, among other things, initiated a unique movement of writing poems for lonely funerals and reciting them at those ceremonies. The exhibition consisted of the poet’s legacy, poetry recitals, photographical dioramas and this animation. It took place in September 2019 at The Hague’s Literature Museum, right after the museum acquired a large part of the oeuvre of F. Starik (1958-2018).

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