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A close-knit community of impoverished social outcasts live on an isolated peninsula at the far edge of New York City.
Scientifically programmed Manipulate my soul, if possible Inaugurate lucrative genetics Artificialize my wrinkles and bone struggles Under the marbles of the centuries I am yet to see Something inside this controlled cell A synthetic dose, nothing else And life succeeded with... Artificial poem by Gisela Rodriguez © Fernanda Chemale The Ramayana is India’s national epic and key to understanding this vast, varied sub-continent.
A young photographer has used it to guide an ambitious, multi-year journey—learn more in this extended interview.
City of Fear "Bureaucrats in ties Ties of empty silk Endless numbers My passwords, and yours Codes for nothingness Login, logout I am in, or out..." poem by Gisela Rodriguez © Fernanda Chemale Cigana | Deborah Finochiaro.
d Econstruction "If instead of the bias Of logical constructions, Creative genius From other less vulgar Holes They could, with imagination, Transform our little Refuges Into a home, not of rats But of beautiful manifestos" poem by Gisela Rodriguez © Fernanda Chemale Barbie | Elisa Volpatto.