TURBOMONDI / MOVIE SCRIPT [WORKING TITLE]
(2020 - research ongoing)
Synopsis
Turbomondi / Movie Script [working title]
is a collection of film treatments and stories written by the artist in collaboration with screenwriter Laura Sinceri. The project is conceived as a movie script that can be read and interpreted by selected persons who own it for a specific time.

These individuals could write comments and observations, add notes, remove pages, draw and doodle, or even destroy the script. The ultimate goal is to collect different voices and impressions which will virtually overturn the meaning of the original text. At the same time, Martinucci keeps a personal and photographic archive of the ever-changing script, so as to track and experience its transformation. In doing so, Martinucci deals with his fear of loss.

Turbomondi / Movie Script [working title] currently belongs to other people.



Project specifications
MOVIE SCRIPT
21x29,7 cm, 34 pages, 2020-2021.
Italian / English

written by
Andrea Martinucci
Laura Sinceri (screenwriter and casting director)
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ARCHIVE
21x29,7 cm, 2021 - ongoing.
556 pages (currently) 
Italian

annotations and photo by
Lisa Andreani
Maria Vittoria Di Sabatino
Andrea Martinucci
Full crew & credits
A PROJECT BY
Andrea Martinucci

CURATED BY
Lisa Andreani

EXECUTIVE PRODUCTION AND VISUAL

Maria Vittoria Di Sabatino

RESEARCH PARTNERSHIP
IUNO (Ilaria Gianni and Cecilia Canziani), Rome, IT

EDITING
Lisa Andreani 
Andrea Martinucci
Maria Vittoria Di Sabatino

TRANSLATION
Lisa Andreani
Maria Vittoria Di Sabatino

CONTRIBUTIONS BY
Andrea Martinucci (visual artist)
Lisa Andreani (independent researcher and curator)
Maria Vittoria Di Sabatino (executive producer and visual editor) Zeno Piovesan (playwright)
Aurelio Di Virgilio (dance-maker and performer)
Cosimo Rizzo (conserver restorer and AM’s grandfather)
Cecilia Saita (PhD student)
Pietro Librizzi (visual artist)
Francesca Ferrari (photographer)
Giulia Geromel (fashion designer)
Carla Subrizi (art historian)
Alice (scenographer)
Marialaura Grandolfo (PhD student and English Lecturer)
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