Posted by: Do Bianchi | April 6, 2012

Opening Hearts for i Clivi: Hearing of the History and the Practice #cof2012 @Hawk_WakaWaka

Above: Ferdinando Zanusso of i Clivi.

By Hawk Wakawaka.

“I was born in a vineyard. At a certain point my father was making wine but I did not follow him. I was working for a French company. I went to Africa. At the time of the big Swahili drought of the 70′s/80′s. Then I left. I came home to lose all my money. Then I accepted a job with the United Nations. I went to many nice countries. The Sudan, and Somalia. I was in Somali when the restoration of 1980. It was quite an experience.”

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