Well, its literal meaning comes from far away.
As for its significance, we could stick to the words of Marcus Aurelius:
“Observe always that everything is the result of change, and get used to thinking that there is nothing Nature loves so well as to change existing forms and make new ones like them”.
F.O. – THE AUTHOR
Italian, class of 1993, economist in progress. Unsuited to politics and playmaker manqué, is a cinema lover, a good music listener and an inconstant reader. Says of himself: “In another life I’d have been a graphic designer or an architect. Or else.” Looked for a place to give vent to anybody’s need to have a say.
M.M. – CONTRIBUTOR
Born in Rome in 1993, living elsewhere since 2012. Passionate for wine, music and poetry, engineering student as a pastime. Strong believer in mankind and hater of everything is, or is supposed to be, One. Someone said of him: “Cannot bear anything but the shades”.
G.C. – CONTRIBUTOR
Roman student hanging out in Milan. She doesn’t know how the idea of studying contemporary art came to her, but saving Art’s Beauty from post-modern Conceptualism is her political goal. Interested in dynamic psychology and in anthropology. No, she doesn’t feel like God. Because she’s an atheist.