Marianna Bernardini

Tell the moon I'm home: on the journey of becoming.

Released sometime in October 2021

The moon, symbolically, represents the feminine. Change, creativity and ladylike energies.
It's also a symbol of youth and time: both the lunar month and the menstrual cycle run on the same period.
It is often used as a symbol of wild, uncontrollable forces and,
in classical antiquity, the greeks, the romans and the aztecs associated the moon with female deities.
Finally: the man in the moon. The face at many different angles. Represents the ability to look beyond the obvious.
A gentle reminder from above to keep on seeing things for what they might be as well as what they are.

before sunrise, 1995


if you were here



a woman's body

if you don't mind