Sunday, 1 May 2016

punti morti dei telefoni cellulari

As the internet infrastructure of Italy turns thirty, some wonder if it is robust and wide-spread as it should be, but the coverage gaps don’t seem to bother the some four hundred, mostly elderly residents of the small commune of Civitacampomarano in the Molise region, who’ve made due with more traditional outlets and have been outfitted by artist Biancoshock (previously featured) to illustrative the virtues of the non-virtual. All the installations are pretty clever but I especially liked the old village gossip and storyteller standing before her shingle labeled Wikipedia.