Hi. My name is Celica G. Di Ronco, thanks for reading. Maybe you are a random reader without a name, or an alien (who understands the language). No problem, I’ve got no interest in your gender, I’ll simply call you “a living being”. Believe me, don’t take it badly, without you: I’m “nothing”.
Let me tell you a few things before you leave, it won’t be long. Eduardo Galeano once wrote, “the system empties our memory or fills it with garbage and thus teaches us to repeat the story instead of creating it”. I’ve always felt the need to create. This is my story:
At 5 years old, I decided to draw and later to paint. At 16 years old, I decided to write and later to make tattoos. At 19 years old, I finished my studies specializing in building design and technical construction. At 20 years old, I decided to play bass and later double bass. At 26 years old, I decided to study at university, first math, then physics and later literature. (I didn’t finish my studies but I learned enough to walk firmly through this hostile and treacherous world). At 29 years old, I published my first novel: Humores Vítreos Azules. At 30 years old, I left Argentina for Europe and settled in Barcelona. At 31 years old, I published my second novel: Fluxiones Viscosas Magentas. At 33 years old, I decided to take photos starting with digital photography and later transitioning to chemical photography. (Developing, enlarging and printing). At 35 years old, I published my third novel: Lapsus Volátiles Naranjas. At 38 years old, I decided to learn permaculture design and later 3D printing. Today, at 43 years old I also manage and coordinate Artística · Di Ronco, (a website of art, photography and literature); Luzniebla · Studios (a website about design thinking); Di Ronco · Industries, (a little company of urban investigation, permaculture and building); and yottaByte · ICT (a website about communications and nautical technologies).