Agetinuity - Stefano Russo


"This book tries to explain how minds work. How can intelligence emerge from nonintelligence? To answer that, we'll show that you can build a mind from many little parts, each mindless by itself.
I'll call Society of Mind this scheme in which each mind is made of many smaller processes. These we'll call agents. Each mental agent by itself can only do some simple thing that needs no mind or thought at all. Yet when we join these agents in societies — in certain very special ways — this leads to true intelligence." 

Marvin Minsky

Art direction and Styling
Antonella Buono

Francesco Berardinelli

Andrea Lambiase

Computational Graphics
Arturo Tedeschi

Make up/hair
Micol Bartolucci

Martina Paruccini


It is about a “pre-conceptual” comprehension, which obliges us reconsider the meaning itself of comprehension and recognition. Tying the complex of cognitive activities such as memory, perception and language.

Stefano Russo

The inclination of the degrees by which the earth’s axis tilts in relation to the sun, the position of our heart with respect to our rib-cage. It also represents the lay-out of the eye’s medial axis and orbital axis.

It is not enough to just look; one must look with eyes that want to see and that believe what they see.

Galileo Galilei

Perceptors: energetic conductors objects constantly in tension and in relation to other elements and the surrounding space. Objects which find the secret of integrity in equilibrium and in energetic transmission. Between archaic science and the future.

Stefano Russo

Potentia (Dynamis in greek) expresses the potential, the ability, the chance of an unrealized action. Aristotelian precepts also refer to Dynamis which means possibility. Potential is not only a mental concept, but it is the sense of being.