Dimensions : cm 30,5x31,5
Pages : 48
Edition : 199
Multi layer electrophotographic print in white, black, blue and red
Screen printed in black on cover and in silver on two pages
Recycled black paper and transparencies
Cover in black linen
Hand bound in Perugia, Italy.
Essay by Edmondo Mondi
EUR (Esposizione Universale Roma) is a neighborhood in the southern part of Rome, built by Mussolini during the 1930s and famous for its rationalist architecture. It was meant to show the power of the empire. A whole neighborhood as a piece of propaganda. This book explores the neighborhood in a visionary and oneiric manner, emphasizing the subliminal messages and the weird references to the Roman empire and its grandiosity.