Emanuele Camerini (b. 1987) is a visual artist based in Italy. He is devoted to visual storytelling, focusing his research on social and cultural issues. The works presented at the fair come from three different recent projects. In Notes for a Silent Man, Camerini explores the relationship with his father, taking on a journey to rediscover memories connected to his family and childhood. The Twelfth Night project deals with translating myths and legends into visual poetry through the analysis of the Seal Woman legend in the Faroe Islands, in the North Sea. Beginner’s Luck is a multi-layered project which revolves around the idea of Luck and how it affects our everyday life in many subtle ways. The author questions the meaning of luck and explores how it is deeply rooted in our society.