No stars are seen tonight in the sky over Prater, in Vienna. It's August. "That" night was a night at the end of May. I was not there. My father told me about it. Ever since I was a child. And that time we saw them together in Madrid. Stars seen and stars told of. The stars you dream of. The stars chased on a bicycle and almost touched in the height of the Dolomite nights. The stars between Vesuvius and the sea. One hundred and fifty stars and starfish. The trail of a shooting star seen through the eyes of a girl, which now illuminates the sky and the streets of Rome. And of every city.
Neapolitan, born in 1978. Manager at Leonardo. Lover of Inter, of the bicycle, of Francesco De Gregori and Vasco Brondi
Quali saranno le conseguenze economiche, politiche e sociali della pandemia? È questo il focus del nuovo numero della rivista che vede gli interventi, tra gli altri, di Chiara Saraceno, Michele Fusco,Emanuele Felice e Francesco Grilllo. In apertura, inoltre, l’intervista al premio Nobel della fisica 2019 Didier Queloz.
The Leonardo museums bear exceptional witness to the technological and industrial memory and constitute an instrument of dialogue and constant sharing between the company and the territory. They were born out of the awareness that a large part of the industrial culture of our time is not only produced by the great cultural and educational institutions, but is also formed within companies. Living, dynamic structures, corporate museums represent a point of reference for communities and territories, centres of industrial culture open to visitors, researchers, students, economic and cultural operators.Leggi Tutto