Ferrara, Architecture Faculty, March 2019


florilegium noun [C] [from Renaissance latin flos floris «flower» and legĕre «to gather», from greek ανϑολογία]. – a compilation of excerpts from other writings gathered in a volume; anthology: florilegium of American Poetry; florilegium of John Keats; also, collection of prayers and devotional practices.

We gathered a lot of stuff and stuck it in the hallway. Their arrangement is random. The rule is simple: every image is a number, every number is a cabinet