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A plural of amnion.
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Thanks to the innovative formulation of AmniA Soul Eco, polyamide textiles can decompose in merely three years after having been discarded, while traditional polyamide fibers take decades to decompose.
amnia is aimed at a broad scholarly audience with interests in the late-sixteenth-century madrigal, the Cifra edition is surely intended for a narrower audience.
Retro forms of site specificity (scatter installations by Latifa Echakhch and Sara Ramo) alternated with video installations plagued by technical difficulties (Wang Jianwei) and research-based art that failed to synthesize into compelling form (Simon Fujiwara, Lamia Joreige, Amnia Menia).