Designed by Lisa Mara Batacchi, curated by Federica Forti

Among the many civilizations of the past, there is the Zaroastrian-Mazda, one that focuses on the cult of nature and on a dualistic vision: good against evil, human versus inhuman, and spiritual compared with material (Lisa M. Batacchi).

In a world where we can replace our physical presence and be constantly connected, will we restart traveling on the basis of old, yet completely new, time and space patterns? What will be the temporary architecture of travel? In the wake of new technological frontiers, will our clothing be made of smart fibers capable of feeding and caring for us? Will we be able to give up quantity without renouncing beauty? Will we be able to reconnect to heaven and earth?