The Art of Positive Leadership 


La Divina Commedia


The Divine Comedy as a human development process


From the very beginning, I was impressed by the strong and vivid visual language of Dante Alighieri's "Divine Comedy".

The scenes are full of images and unusual combinations. The graphic exploration of the work turned out to be an introspection for me. Written in the first person, the text begins with the poet's awakening. "In the middle of our life's journey, I woke up in a dark forest. There the right path was lost".



Dante then embarks on a journey in three parts, accompanied by the poet Virgil. The journey takes him first to Hell, then to Purgatory, and finally to Paradise. Inner pause, irritation and clarification are the basic motifs of the text. They are also the basis of any cognitive process.

In this sense, the work on the Divine Comedy gradually became the starting point for the development of images and symbolic elements, a kind of reservoir which, when reassembled in a new way, condense into "image stations" on a journey for processes of transformation and self-reflection.