Chissà summons three different cultures: Occidental, Middle-Eastern and Oriental, through the verses of three poets, three mystical visionaries who lived extraordinary lives sharing the same century, but not same places. These are San Francesco d'Assisi (Italy), Molana Rumi (Iran) and Kamo No Chomei (Japan). Their words, rewritten with shiny ink on long sheets of paper by Mahmoud Saleh Mohammadi and Akiko Kozato, give a shape to distinct languages, letting however three different ways of thinking converging into one single work and place.
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