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Tommaso donati
Monte Amiata
Experimental fiction | hdv | color | 22'29'' | Switzerland | 2018
Monte Amiata is a residential complex in the Gallaratese neighbourhood in Milan, designed by architects Carlo Aymonino and Aldo Rossi at the end of the 1960s. It was created with the intention of representing a parallel microcosm, a sort of alternative city of the future. In referring to its unusual colour and shape, its inhabitants call it the red dinosaur.
Tommaso Donati (1988) lives and works between Paris and Lugano. I His output to date has been split between documentary, experimental cinema and photography. Recurrent themes in his work are the relations between humans and the nature-space in which they live. In the last three years he participates with his short films at Locarno Festival.