Monday, 25 July 2022 14:47, Online Magazine, 10 June 2022

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Written by Samantha de Martin

“Two years ago, after the first lockdown," explains Avital, "each of us came out of our lair, feeling alienated from the others. In a hundred days, my whole future life was like erased. I felt extremely lost, but it was during that time that the caged animal came out, along with the will to live, to do something meaningful. The Reggio Parma Festival was an opportunity to reinvent myself through experimentation and research'. A research that, as the artist himself confesses, and as is evident in his speeches, "does not originate as a form of extreme gentrification, but as a dialogue that matures and makes its way within the human fabric and its history.”

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