First Diary


In popular traditions have always existed both profane and holy representations accompanied by written and handed down dramas- like, for example, "Gelindo" in Piedmont or the "Song of the Shepherds" in Campania. The tradition lives on continuous stratification and re-invention of what is daily lived - the real mixes to the desired and what is oneiric or imaginary. It becomes above all a social critical of any small "community".

So, in this “ no time” Christmas dinner, you can meet in a single meal, high and low, holy  and profane, extraordinary and ordinary, to be eaten, digested and defecated, so that this vulgar and mediocre time, near holy symbols, may die or born again, by keeping the hope that, by eating the same meal, it could at least be similar to the shit.