RAMI (Rescued Archive Memories Initiative) is a multi-disciplinary, long-term project that explores how we see the past. Letters, to do lists, photographs and many other materials are compiled into affordable zines that offer glimpses into forgotten moments of intimacy. When not editing RAMI, I transcribe family memories and lay them out with photos and maps, creating mini-books that are also printed. Additionally, I organize workshops about the importance of handwriting. I studied Cinema and Arts, and I am a contributor to ┬źFrizziFrizzi┬╗, a journal about contemporary arts. I am also interested in hauntology. Based in Rome and Berlin.