Three Coins in the Fountain.
Pasquale Polid ori
Inside the frame of Palazzo Taverna, Duchamp's Urinal becomes the object of new stories. Andrea Lanini, Cesare Pietroiusti and Pasquale Polidori throw three coins - three visions, dreams, reflections - in the water of the most famous fountain in the world, but to Trevi Fountain but that both had already scandalized its first appearance in 1917 at the Society of Independent Artists in New York.
Redeveloped for Taverna Space, Three Coins in the Fountain (t = or coin minting, create) is proposed on this occasion as a meta-theatrical and performative event characterized by a density of different languages and levels: an interweaving of times, places and characters who distance the narration from its traditional development and transport it into a dreamlike, Fellini-like dimension.