Disown /dis•own/ Transitive verb To claim, saying falsely, to have never knew anyone, rejecting the relationship of devotion or affection which unites us to him; disown. – rinnegato – (Italian for – disown -) is an autobiographical project about the complicated relationship, now non-existent, between father and daughter. An inconstant father who tried to be present, the teachings and events […]
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