Vitruvian in Quarantine
Lubna Driouech 18 April 2015

Vitruvian in Quarantine is an installation by Margraf for Energy for Creativity in Università Studi of Milan. The installation consists of a succession of circular marble rings cut shaping a ten-meter long tunnel with, at the end, Leonardo Da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man. Instead on the other end, there is a video live-feed projection of that same performer captured on a bed while he is moving in his ordinary life.

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Lubna Driouech Photographer

I’m 23 years old and I live in Milan. I got a degree in Fashion Design and I would like to work as accessories designer. I’m fascinated by the contrasts of our life that I try to report in my projects as designer. Like every years I expect from Milano, Salone del Mobile and mainly from Fuori Salone an amazing week, a great occasion to know new designers, discover new talents, new ideas and to be influenced by them for my future projects. So I’m looking forward to this incredible experience that is the Design Week.

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