Text by Laura Lombardi.
In Let the Kids Play, Pax Paloscia conveys the fresh naivete of Drago's 36 Chambers series.
Born in Rome in 1974, Pax travels the world searching for new input and inspiration.
Moving between Paris and New York, she records her impressions, and her dreamy and nostalgic world is the key to this book.
"The title is a metaphor for an emotional condition, as a reaction to the adult cynicism.
Through graffiti, drawings, photography, videos, Pax defines her universe in the same way children play with symbolic objects of their enchanted world..."