Elisa Giuliano: Bella come te, in carne ed ossa come me (beautiful like you, in flesh and bones like me)
A Sister mythologically represented, an ancestral sacra
More than god and all the saints together
Her voice burning in the hands like a blazing fire
Underground deity, goddess of harvest, fertility, and beyond:
Mary turns away from the land in Ephesus
Reject culture as ideology
Reject power that encompasses all aspects of social relations
Destroy the perpetual imprisonment of female subjectivity in the set of roles and identities
An oppression lost in the darkness of time and history that is nothing but "millennia of absence"
Gifts are brought and demands for protection, good fortune and well-being are placed
To discern the signs of irreducible alienation
Bella come te, in carne ed ossa come me (beautiful like you, in flesh and bones like me) will be presented at Comando, Centrale Fies, Dro, Italy on Monday July 11.