WHAT HAS LEFT SINCE WE LEFT

Italy, The Netherlands, 2019

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Published by: Onomatopee (NL) | Designed by: Studio Temp (IT)

Produced by: Careof Milan (I) in partnership with Jan Van Eyck Academie, Maastricht (NL)

Realized with the support of: Italian Council (6th Edition) and Fondazione Cariplo

Edited by: Giulio Squillacciotti | Contributions by: Marina Lalovic, Federico Lodoli, Enrico de Gasperis, Daan Milius, Marwan Moujaes, Erica Petrillo, Huib Haye van der Werf, Ayşe Zarakol | Photographs by: Joris Hilterman, Dennis De Pijper, Kasper van 't Hoff, Giulio Squillacciotti


“What has left since we left” articulates the fictional end of Europe with the language of love and separation. Likening the political bonds that tie together European countries to the fluctuations of romance and desire, the book unpacks the complexities of the European relationship by touching on ideas of identity, collapse, migration, conflict and hope. The book features contributions by Ayşe Zarakol, Marwan Moujaes, Federico Lodoli, Marina Lalovic and Erica Petrillo. Together, these texts complement and expand on the script for the film “What has left since we left” - directed by Giulio Squillacciotti and written with Daan Milius and Huib Haye van der Werf - which fictionalises the current European dystopia by re-enacting and problematising the rituals of kinship and relational struggles. Backstage images and film stills from this production, along with a European timeline from World War II up until Brexit compiled by Enrico De Gasperis, provide a specific overview to the entire project.



Specs: Softcover, Sewn and Glued | 145 mm x 235 mm | 112 Pages (all black and white, 4 pages full color)

ISBN 978-94-93148-30-7 | Language: English | Papers: Arcoprint Milk White gr.85, Gardagloss gr.90, Woodstock light blue gr. 80 | Cover in linnen, Senator 74012 (Red) | Font: BC Minim (Bold and Bold Italic) from "Brief Type Foundry" and Lyon text (Regular and Regular Italic) from "Commercial Type” | Printed by: Artigiana Grafica, Montegalda (IT)