A couple of days from the opening of Imago Mundi – Poetic Boom Boom Gallery of the Prisons of Treviso here is the trailer of “Poetry in Meat and Bones” the new documentary of Fabrica – Imago Mundi, with the performance of the 3 poets that accompany the visitor through the artistic world of the exposed collection, with the soundtrack of Joe Schievano.

Imago Mundi is the collection created over the years by Luciano Benetton with the works of emerging artists whose only common feature is the postcard format: 12 centimeters by 10 centimeters which become microworlds where the soul of the peoples is mirrored and the emotion of multiculturalism is captured.

“Poetic Boom Boom” – this is the title of the exhibition – focuses on historical movements related to visual poetry: a hybrid of art and communication that began as part of the European Neo-avant-garde movement in the 1950s. A word becomes an art object, and – consequently – poetry can be seen and heard

Marco Pavan, in the film Poetry in Meat and Bones, captures the performances of Julien Blaine, Giovanni Fontana and Sarenco: art, its liberating power and its ability to subvert the tradition by going beyond the limits imposed by conventions. In the documentary the three artists tell their relationship with visual poetry, from the early 60s, through trespassing in sound poetry and performance, to reaffirm that the “world will be saved by the presence of culture and artists, and there is no other possibility”

The soundtrack of Joe Schievano , mixed by Soundrivemotion that accompanies the exhibition of the three great, and a direction that knows how to understand the body in all its expressiveness , with the twists, tensions, expressions of the face and the flash of the eyes, is a tribute to the rhythms of the world: if Imago Mundi tells an imaginary and poetic geography, the composition that accompanies it has the rhythm and the heartbeat of the world, in order not to overwhelm the full and round sense of the poetic word.

Produced by Fabrica-Imago Mundi 
directed da Marco Pavan, 
Original soundtrack by Joe Schievano. 
Mix Audio Soundrivemotion