Quando la vedi dici: avrei potuto farla io, racconta. Parentesi incarna anche uno degli aspetti al centro del design di Peri: l’interazione. Nei miei progetti cerco sempre di dare spazio a chi deve poi utilizzare l’oggetto, lasciandogli la possibilità di interagire, di interpretarlo.
Il senso di giustizia, il proprio spirito critico, l’aderenza alla realtà dei fatti, la capacità di ragionare, di valutare, di ponderare. Tutti elementi che, apparentemente, sono minacciati dall’eventuale eradicamento dei sensi di colpa. Sembra quasi che essi abbiano una propria ragion d’essere, un motivo reale per cui ci sono, e ci devono essere.
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