Paola Vannoni and Roberto Scappin, known as quotidianacom, work on language, making the dialogical mechanism, synthetically indicated as Q/A, a stylistic signature, with dazzling quips and surreal sketches tinged with curaro, or incongruous to the limits of the absurd. In Venice, they present segments of their artistic biography with L’anarchico non è fotogenico, Sembra ma non soffro and the new Il racconto delle cose mai accadute.
“The action unfolds in three chapters which develop from the central core of Tutto è bene quel che finisce. The principle of a “good death”, linked to the concept of end or acceleration of a certain end, intertwines with a need to tackle the issue of denied euthanasia, referred not only to the medical field but also to politics, bio-politics and culture”. (quotidianacom)