“Choosing with method a dreamy slowness, step by step we will find the inescapable philosophical and poetic appeal of walking as an art and a lifestyle. [...](...) We train ourselves to wish the 'unexpected, to accept it, to go toward it. (Slowness as a philosophy, Duccio Demetrio)
Anna Anzani. Born in Milano in 1963.
Degree in Architecture, Politecnico di Milano; MPhil in Building Engineering, University of Bath (UK); PhD in Geotechniques, Politecnico di Torino, Associate Professor at the Department of Design, Politecnico di Milano, coauthor of 90 scientific papers mainly in English. Reviewer for the Journals Construction and Building Materials, Materials and Structures, International Journal of Architectural Heritage.
In 2003 she takes part in a theater Laboratory; at Tranchida Publishing House she attends the Laboratory of Creative Writing and then School Forrester for six years.
Translates into Italian Waysiders. Stories of Connacht, by Seumas O’Kelly, Talbot Press, Dublin 1917, Italian title Lungo le strade, Tranchida 2009.
In 2010 she attends a Counseling School and collaborates to lead a theater Laboratory at a public elementary school.
She discovers happiness in surrender and being overwhelmed by the extraordinary gifts of Ananke. She loves translating from English, dreams of trying to write.
Inkroci is the place of mutual "recognition", where sharing parts of herself, the place of belonging.