“Cantucci” are a typical Tuscan dessert with very old origins. This almond biscuit, dipped in sweet wine, was already known by the Roman soldiers. What’s more, during the Middle Ages, Vin Santo gained a miraculous aura, as someone thought it could help cure the plague. Dono reinterprets the ritual action of dipping the biscuit in sweet wine to turn it into a collective moment. One container for biscuits and wine that takes the shape of two hands offering and sharing food, healing and sweetness.

Tanmay Devsare (India), Nithin Jacob Eapen (India), Refik Tuna Loyan (Turkey)