The exhibition “Dialogues of the Sea” by Giulia Napoleone will take place at the atrium of the Multifunctional Center for Students of the University of Bari Aldo Moro, from 28 September to 10 October 2020. The exhibition, entitled “Dialogues of the sea”, is part of the activities organized within the Interreg Greece-Italy Polysemi project, aimed at creating a “Park of literary travels in Greece and Magna Graecia”.
The exhibition focuses on the sea, a territorial and cultural element that is considered the centre of the activities of Polysemi Project, starting from the writings linked to the experience of the travel between the Adriatic and Ionian Seas.
The exhibition hosts twelve works in oil on canvas, of the same size (1m x 1m): works that will certainly impressed the visitors because they involve the gaze and the mind. Twelve “measures of memory” – according to what we read in all the titles of the works – which establish an intrinsic and deep relationship between space and time.
Polysemi Project, born from an idea of the University of Bari Aldo Moro, which is the lead partner with its Department of “Literature, Foreign Languages, Art. Italian Studies and Comparative Cultures”, is carried out in cooperation with four other partners: the Municipality of Taranto, the IT Department of the Ionian University – Research Committee of Corfu, the Ministry of Culture and Sport and the Region of the Ionian Islands. Polysemi is co-financed by the European Union, through the 2014-2020 Greece-Italy Cooperation Program.
Many guests will take part in the grand opening: Prof. Stefania Zuliani of the University of Salerno, the Rector of University of Bari Aldo Moro, Prof. Stefano Bronzini, the Director of the Lelia Department, Prof. Davide Canfora, Polysemi, project manager Prof. Giulia Dell’Aquila and the artist, Giulia Napoleone.