• Berlin, at last

    It was not going to take a long time to figure out that Italy is not an option for me, how much needed this final move to Berlin was going to be. I am attending a master in Visual Anthropology at Freie and have dreamed of this for a while, now. It’s going to be […]
  • Meanwhile, in Italy

    I’m back home, it’s been an adventurous twist and I finally realise it’s been ages since I last updated my feed. Good news are I’ve been offered a place starting october at Freie Univerisitat in Berlin for a Master in Visual Anthropology, which is something I’m looking forward to developing and diving into. I also […]
  • You’ve changed, weather.

    Moving tiny, delicate and fragile props such as feathers, flowers and leaves on a white canvas, while just one meter away, outdoors, Melbourne’s windy weather is shaking and being very noisy and also rude to all the vegetation still alive (including my lettuce) is such an interesting, scary contrast and makes my work feel very […]
  • Many tiny glue-sprayed bottles

    Found, washed and treated, now ready to be animated. I’ve turned my thesis project into a stop motion project, involving leaves, glass, felt and other elements. I’ve also just created my facebook page, here we go: Giulia Sandri design+pictures. My clay monsters and zines have recently made it to RMIT Makers market where I’ve shown […]
  • Hangout and developments

    Tomorrow night at midnight, Melbourne time, 4 pm Italian time, I will taking part at a google hangout on live stream at youtube channel La cosa with a few other Italian students abroad. La cosa (the thing) is the official channel for the Movimento 5 stelle, a grassroots social, political and environmental movement that connects […]
  • Alice in Italy

    I’ve decided my final project, my thesis at the BA will be an animation, partly 2d, partly stop motion, about Italy and Italians. I don’t want to make a specifically political piece, although that would be very appealing right now. Every day, more than ever, I am an addicted trying to catch up, from the […]
  • You’ve changed

    Today I’ve finally brought my zine to the Melbourne Zine Fair at the Town Hall, the second print came out better and clearer than the first, I am planning to release a colour version soon, too. I’m happy to have had the chance to encounter Maud’s work and to share the day with Demi . […]
  • New leaves

    I’ve been going through a lot of little leaves, choosing, sorting and grouping them on a foam board, so that I’ll be able to photograph and animate them together with other elements made of felt and cardboard. I’ve found them near the beach in Mornington Peninsula, during Christmas festivities, on dry branches cut off the […]
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