Take some golden powder, in its absence your favorite color and dissolve it in plaster, cement, putty or whatever material you have at home and can act as a binder.
You will not be able to see it immediately, because it is very small, but between the door and the threshold you will find a microscopic slit. You probably, like me so far, have never paid attention to this interstitial space between our house and the world.
Now in this minimal fracture is concentrated our act of reconciliation, the attempt to repair the fault that divides us from our affections, from our desires.
As pastry chefs you fill a sac a poche and distribute your mixture waiting to see it healed.
Silvia Cini (Pisa 1972) artist and curator, her works thrive on the dialogue, often personal, that she creates with the public. Her interest frequently focuses on landscape, as a social metaphor, integrating environmental audio installations and botanical research.
Very young, she was one of the founders of Gruppo Immagini, collaborating with Keith Haring in the realization of the event that lead to the mural of Pisa. She studied theatre with Stefano Vercelli and Luisa Pasello at the Piccolo Teatro di Pontedera, under the direction of Roberto Bacci and the supervision of Jerzy Grotowski. In 1994 she created the AAVV group in Milan with Salvatore Falci, collaborating with Cesare Pietroiusti for DisorsordinAzioni, the Gioco del Senso e Non senso (XII Quadriennale di Roma) and the Oreste Group with which she participate at the 48th Venice Biennale. In 1997 she curated the series of exhibitions at the Ferro di Cavallo in collaboration with the Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma, promoting the beginnings of relationship art and public art in Italy. She collaborated with Carolyn Christov Bakargiev and Hans Hulrich Obrist at the Acàdèmie de France in Rome for the realization of the exhibition La Ville, Le Jardin, La Mèmorie, she continued hes curatorial activity over the years, (Invideo for the Triennale di Milano, Icityperiferiche, Palazzo Re Enzo Bologna, Loggia della Mercanzia Genova, Cartabianca, Museo d’Arte Contemporanea Villa Croce Genova, Cantieri Culturali della Zisa, Palermo), alongside the exhibition. Since the early nineties she has alternated solo and group exhibitions (Galleria Neon, Galleria Continua, Zero, GoldanKauf) in Italy and abroad. Over the years he has collaborated with the Faculty of Landscape Architecture of Genoa, holding workshops on art and landscape. In 2000 she received the Atelier prize from Fabio Mauri, at the Galleria Comunale d’Arte Moderna in Rome, now MACRO. The city of Genoa, on the occasion of Genoa 2004 European Capital of Culture, awards her, through the Villa Croce Museum, the Duchess Galliera Prize.