“I wished I could flip through this book in the Munari exhibition and see more: the Supplement to the Italian Dictionary (1958). The inscription read: ‘Italians use gestures to express an incalculable number of things, actions and feelings; and the distinctive thing about gestures is that they can provide a more exact and intense idea of certain states of mind and psychological feelings than any spoken words.’”
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“I wished I could flip through this book in the Munari exhibition and see more: the Supplement to the Italian Dictionary (1958). The inscription read: ‘Italians use gestures to express an incalculable number of things, actions and feelings; and the distinctive thing about gestures is that they can provide a more exact and intense idea of certain states of mind and psychological feelings than any spoken words.’”