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|Title:||Time eMotion : the photography of Tommaso Vecchi|
Photography -- 21st century -- Exhibitions
|Citation:||Borg, J., Frendo, M., & Zammit, A. (Eds.), (2020). Time eMotion: The Photography of Tommaso Vecchi Malta: Midsea Books|
|Abstract:||It all started when Valerio Ballotta (of GBK Malta) came over excited to the Museum and handed over to us a pen drive full of photographs by a young, rather unknown, Italian photographer. We saw it together on the computer and there and then decided to invite him to hold an exhibition at our Cultural Centre. This is how the TIME eMOTION project started and how we first met Tommaso Vecchi who, in the meantime, had been busy making a name for himself in Italy and beyond. That same evening, Valerio asked Joe to suggest a title for the exhibition. The conversation was held in Italian, over the phone. We had gone through the photos again and one common concept that sprang to mind was the relativity of time as influenced by motion. Joe replied to Valerio, “Mi sento che i concetti di ‘time’ e ‘motion’ devono apparire nel titolo” (I believe that the concepts of ‘time’ and ‘motion’ should feature in the title). Valerio immediately contacted Tommaso who was instantly attracted to the name. Joe realized the misunderstanding as soon as Valerio wrote on WhatsApp that Tommaso was very happy with the title ‘Time Emotion’.|
|Appears in Collections:||Scholarly Works - FacArtEng|
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