plagio rossetti

12-2016
Ex Chiesa di San Michele, Ferrara

Through a public-involving performance, we created an installation where Biagio Rossetti’s remains lay: the ancient church of Sant’Andrea, to this day a ruin in Via Camposabbionario. A way of returning dignity to the monument relic, of which only one aisle remains, facing the middle school Dante Alighieri.

The aim is to ‘bury’ the Renaissance architect 500 years after his death, questioning Bruno Zevi’s ‘How to look at Architecture’, showing at the same time its historical worth.


collaboration with Groundaction
pictures by Mara Femia