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Connecting present with forgotten past
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Connecting present with the forgotten past

An Italian filmmaker has brought back to life the stories of migrants from Molise through a series of photos shot sixty years ago. How many of us have ancestry from more than one country? Most. Maybe all.

Connecting present with forgotten past
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Dreaming of a time in tune with our biological self

U TIÉMPE DU RÈLLÒGGE ME FA VÍVE: vússe stu cuórpe da mètín’a sére. Quànne me férme súle, cu pènziére, è sèmbe ‘n àtu Tiémpe che me véve. Dèmàne rèchèmènze cu pèssate. Squèrdàte sònn’i suónne ch’è sènnàte?

Connecting present with forgotten past
Culture

The concealed histories of our vegetable patch and the fascination of migrant seeds

This Spring, as you turn over the soil for your cabbage patch, stop for a moment to think a little about where your seeds come from and what they mean to you.Through two different approaches, artists Lauren Wells and Maria Thereza Alves are exploring how the histories of commerce and labour have led to the wealth of choice we now take for granted in our domestic vegetable gardens.

Connecting present with forgotten past
Culture

The aerial photography of Margaret Bourke-White on the Volturno Valley

“Life is like a landscape. You live in the midst of it but can describe it only from the vantage point of distance.” Charles Lindbergh

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