A dream journey to Jan Fabre's exhibition Glass and bone sculptures 1977-2017 at the 57th Venice Biennale of Art. An "angel spectator" enters a deserted abbey in the heart of Venice, where she discovers sculptures and installations made entirely of two materials: glass and bones. Through his gaze, the audience walks between death and metamorphosis, discovering the thought of one of the most influential artists of the last decades, for whom art, science and religion are intimately tied.


Giulio Boato, born in Venice in 1988, is film and theater director. Graduated in Performing arts (IUAV University of Venice and Bologna University), he directs in 2014 his first documentary film, presented at several festivals in Europe, America and Asia, awarded as best film on art at the Video Conversations festival, Rome 2015. He works with La Compagnie des Indes (Paris), Alchemy/Phil Griffin (London), Troubleyn and Angelos/Jan Fabre (Antwerp), Socìetas/Romeo Castellucci (Cesena), Dumb Type/Shiro Takatani (Kyoto), Post Scriptum Company (Brussels ) and DOYOUDaDA (Venice-Bordeaux) which he co-founded.