There are projects that come about like a custom dress sewn upon the body, designed not as simple shells, but as complex, autonomous objects with their own form and meaning.The magazine Sicilia was one such project. It both encompassed and expressed its namesake island—or, as some locals say, regardless of how it’s labeled in any atlas, continent—while at the same time aspiring to be an international, visionary, experimental publication. This contradiction shaped each issue, whereby everything or almost everything was transformed—to flip the phrase uttered by the prince in Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa’s famous novel The Leopard—in ever new, unusual ways, such that, inexorably, everything or almost everything changed.
|Numero di pagine||7|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2013|