If I die on Rome give my gear to peers.
Edit: We visited Brian Eno’s exhibition at Galleria Valentina Bonomo. It felt cheap. Seeing contemporary art in the historic setting underlined how dependent it is on advanced techno-infrastructure. Also saw a very commercial looking exhibition by Richard Long at the Galleria Lorcan O’Neill exhibition in the centre. A better examples of contemporary art in Rome were found at the Frutta gallery in an exhibition by Fabio Marco Pirovino and Sam Porritt. We also visited an opening and afterparty at Monitor gallery but I didn’t get to know local artist.