Unfinished Museum

Stories

In the stories, the unfinished is told through the contribution of people from all over the world.

Raffaella Ilari

Life is a continuous discovery of something, at every age, in every moment of the day, I would not want for

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Chiara Capini

I was reluctant to do this interview, because I thought I had to deal with my failures. In reality, thinking about

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Eva Perasso

I think I never fell asleep in the evening, in those moments when you sum up your “to do list”, knowing

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Simona Orlandi

The unfinished is a continuous flowering. It comes to mind something that is not finished and at the same time for

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Rossella Piccinno

We are incomplete because we come into the world as separate, we do not have completeness, we look for the other

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Ilaria Pilar Patassini

If it were music it would be a refined version of the music for lifts where there is this indefinite, depersonalized,

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Ilaria Bellini

In many cases, I experience lively energy in front of my unfinished ones: that feeling of a sunny Saturday afternoon when

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Francesca Lozar

My job is to study fossil and algae and it is a bit as if I wanted to reconstruct a person’s

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Federica Illuminati

I feel that I still have a thousand things to do, everything is always in progress, I love progressive verbs, everything

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Arianna

When is work done for you? When it has no other spaces to fill.   If I tell you “unfinished” what

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Alice Fiorilli

The fact that you don’t finish one thing makes you look for it in others. A single photo is complete, the

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Stefano Faravelli

Like the Strasbourg Cathedral where they left incomplete the bell tower…the most careful and spiritual exegesis tells us that it was

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Maria Luisa Flegar

I have the feeling that I still have to express myself in some way, I am unfinished. I want to bloom

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Giacomo D’Antico

Starting something always leads to something else, it’s like putting down roots, starting is always better than not starting even if

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Chiaretta

It also happens with drawings, that while I am colouring one it remains incomplete.    Is there something you have left

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Greta Blengino

If I tell you “unfinished”, what is the first thing that comes to mind? My songs, all of the songs I

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Dario Voltolini

All the things that I can consider complete have had a moment of incompleteness: a project starts, I start with an

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Simonetta Blengino

There is a future in the unfinished.   If I tell you Unfinished what’s the first thing that comes to your

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Valentina Fava

With the unfinished you never get bored, you are always there to search and create new things, it makes you discover

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Silvia Teodosi

An unfinished is embers burning under the ashes. It’s hidden, but it’s always there in my mind to remind me that

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Pietro Spanghero

If it were music, it would be a chord sequence that stops at a certain point and…I’d like to finish it,

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Piera Luisolo

The curiosity to see what happens next. Like when cats get on the piece of furniture wanting to drop an object

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Onelia Greco

Once the work has been completed and installed, it is as if I were delivering it, the serenity that it gave

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Roberto Vogliolo

My engineering attitude tends to make me want to close projects, to put that missing piece so that the gears turn

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Guido Catalano

The spaces of a novel are frightening, I was used to writing short poems, it is as if someone used to

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Iacopo Blengino

It is accomplished when I transmitted to the work what I wanted to convey, which coincides with the moment in which

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Fabio Gon

The unfinished is … a precious, protected, peaceful place in which to feel at ease.   If I say “unfinished” what

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Claudia Mollese

It makes me think of a tangle made up of many fluorescent colours, or many balls that are intertwined, or many

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Gabriele Di Fronzo

In a folder on the computer, and even more so in a bunch of notebooks, I collect the constellations of errors,

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Jana Sebestova

The great unfinished of my life are the books. I can’t finish them and often I can’t even start them. I

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Cristina Bertolotti

I see the aesthetics of the unfinished rich and deep in meanings … the wall not painted to completion can have

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Chiara Morandini

If I think of the unfinished it comes to mind when I painted the entrance in my apartment. I started the

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Chiara Businelli

“[The unfinished] does not exist!”. It does not exist because I promised myself at a certain point in my life that

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Bianca Maria Bordone

The unfinished is like something a little hard, a hard material, not too malleable, as if frozen, for which you have

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Anna Ghiotti

The beauty I find in nature, in a one-hundred-year-old tree and a starry sky, in the work of men, in a

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Giustina Testa

Unfinished is entering a somewhat childish dimension. It means remaining in that volatility of children, who are obsessed with one thing

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Emanuela Di Pasqua

I live with the idea that things are there, as if a little frozen, waiting to be dusted off. I can

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Cecilia Cappa

I’m terrified of the blank sheet, the blank canvas, even on the Word page before I start writing. So for me,

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Caterina Avataneo

If I think about my curatorial projects, I would like to have more unfinished projects, I am often in a hurry

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Andrea De Simeis

When a “work is open” the observer is indispensable for its completion, I believe that the work is only completed when

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Alessia Rollo

Sometimes my fertilizer is absolute silence: sometimes I lock myself in the studio because I need to be completely alone and

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Bruno Rosetti

The unfinished is a middle ground, a limbo, you didn’t make it but if you want you can do it. In

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Laura Bianchi

 I can find a positive aspect: incompleteness forces you to accept your limits and leads you to do a great job

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