Napoli Eden


Napoli Eden Napoli Eden (Naples, December 2018-January 2019), curated by Francesco Gallo Mazzeo and supported by CIAL (Consorzio Imballaggi Alluminio) a four site-specific monumental installations open to the public that was held across squares in the city of Naples, Italy. (Piazza Municipio, Galleria Umberto I, Largo Baracche, Largo Santa Caterina). To symbolize rebirth and redemption, Annalaura di Luggo created an “artistic garden” using waste material - specifically aluminum - as a comment on sustainability in her hometown, Naples. This project inspired the creation of the experimental documentary film Napoli Eden, directed by Bruno Colella, cinematography Blasco Giurato, distributed by Ambi international and TaTaTu.